Face Yourself First And Then The World - Poem by Nishi Kumari
I am the mirror who reflects the beats of your heart
You see inside me a beautiful face with fake silvery shine
You see inside me a beggar with a big bright smile
I show you the same you but you seem so changed with the matter of time
You call me fickle and walk away hiding your face
But your remained reflection inside me, can you defy?
Some call me atrocious, some call me a fool,
Some call me miraculous and some magical
I am a nobody but just the truth of you, you fear to envisage
You run from me thinking me your foe
You hate my company and cut me off
But you end up spiraling around the same dismal corner where the
dark shadows of your own haunts you back every morrow
You may relax with the thought of shrugging me off
But I am your alter ego, how long you would run from what you are?
The more you race, harder the perilous picture of me follows you
I am your conscience, I always warn you
I will be your best friend, only the day you listen to me.
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