Looking Glass - Poem by Charmaine HippolyteMack
The years all gone and past
I now behold in my looking glass.
Vivid scenes that now unfold;
experiences I left untold.
Looking back on yesterday;
just a simple thought away.
The days are multiplied
yet the memories, they don’t die.
From childhood until now,
With the thought I raise a brow.
O how time runs from you!
Many days seem just a few.
The summer of one’s life
brings a gentle, little smile.
In the mirror here I see
a reflection of the real me.
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