Tiffany Saxon

Rookie - 374 Points (12-07-1967 / Cleveland, Ohio)

My Beautiful Seloua - Poem by Tiffany Saxon

As ambivalence feels her soul, she is greeted with a blank reflection in the mirror.
For the love she once had, has been interrupted by a cheat... that creep...and on occasion plays the game of hide and seek; causing a mixture of
Concern and fear... that has reached its boiling point loud and clear.
Sleepless nights
Fallen tears
Disrespect during the course of one year...
Plights and unforeseen sights only add to ones hidden fears...
For the deer caught in headlights.
So what does one do?
For only you know the answer.
Take a good look at this page before your life destructs, like an unknown cancer.
Do you like what you see?
Because it's in black and white and this is not what "love" is suppose to be.
For this mirror stretches as far as the eye can see
So what do you see my fallen beauty?
Does one finally see that "ugly" is not in your eyes...
But in the eyes of the other.
For this is nothing new to the
and or mother.
So sit back and have a swift drink of some Kahlua...
For this is a reality, that you really needed to read and see...

Topic(s) of this poem: motivational

Form: Rhyme Royal or Rime Royale

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 30, 2017

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