RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Crystal Mirror - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Marbeled wood before me, holding up a sheet of glass.
Nothing sits upon it - it seems to be a conversation piece
for the mind to meditate on.
Seeing many things held within my mind - allows unlocking
Laying everything out upon the crystal sheet of glass - all
becomes clearer as it's mirrored back in upon itself.
Before me is marbeled wood, holding up a sheet of glass.
It represents my mind - a clean slate - to be written on
forever until my life has past.
Looking down into it's reflection, memories - stories -
ideas - are pulled up and lie there upon it's shiny surface,
reflecting all to the mirrors leaning at the back of my mind.
Illuminating many cobwebbed mysteries of my past, I can start
to live - knowing what happened way back when, doesn't have
to affect me now or ever-more again.
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