Caricature - Poem by Kewayne Wadley
The mirror distorts.
Your eyes become smaller as your noses becomes bigger.
Reflexs change in a joyful manner.
Sober in nature.
A traveling circus the further you move back.
A manifestation of how silly you really are.
Destruction of the world around you,
As the bigger you smile.
The more everything around you shrinks.
Becoming carnal to the desire imitating itself as small.
A quick blush of the carnations hidden in your cheeks.
A variable color of enjoyment
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