Suzette King

(Fresno, California, USA)

The Mirror Glass Of Life - Poem by Suzette King

I see through the glass
covered top
Images of what life is all about
Then look inside myself
The picture includes
some animosity
some high energy
Emotions nevertheless
Feelings all expressed
The mirror glass of life
Sometimes bright
Crowding images in plain sight
Reaching outward
Can't let it be
Too many conceived possibilities


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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