Mrs. Cynosure

Rookie (May 17 1987 / Junction City Oregon)

Mirroring The Shades Of Me* - Poem by Mrs. Cynosure

I look into the mirror and
Seeing not only a reflection of myself,
This world or the world daring me to enter
But the person I use to be
The one I'm afraid to be again
The person who would tear your heart apart
And not care
The person that didn't take her education seriously
The type of person that wanted to do
What she wanted to do

I see the person I am
Someone who helps you
No matter what
Even if I'm the one getting kicked
The senior in high school getting ready for graduation
Hovering over the next level of my life
But trying to find a way up out of the middle of the ocean
Everyone calls life in an education box
This is where I will discover
The mouse and tiger inside of me
Don't want to think of separating
Of being alone
And on my own

It's faded but there as I glance into the mirror
I see the person I will be
A person who helps other people
Discover that people with disabilities
Are not so different
I have found my way up the education latter
Helping people
Showing them there is someone that cares
And believes that they can do
Whatever they set their mind too

As if my mind was coming back to me
Out of a dream
My eyes cleared
As I realized I was just
Standing in front of a mirror
Thinking of that red cap and gown again


Comments about Mirroring The Shades Of Me* by Mrs. Cynosure

  • Sierra Love (12/30/2008 4:35:00 PM)

    This poem was very good. It is really awesome that you can look at your self in the perspective and know who you are. That is something that very few people can do and something you never want to lose. I really loved it. Keep writing, haha I love reading all your poems. (Report)Reply

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  • Viola Grey (11/16/2008 7:40:00 PM)

    well, they say it's important to know where you have been...nice reflections (Report)Reply

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  • Saint CynosureSaint Cynosure (10/18/2008 3:06:00 PM)

    This is really good... and an enjoyable read. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, October 19, 2008


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