Mirrors

Mirrors,

Show you who you wanna be and who you pretend to be

But most of all

They show you who you really are

And sometimes that's not always welcome

Mirrors,

Show our flaws yet we still go to them to tell us the truth, we say:

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, whose the fairest one all?

I've had my fair share of battles

With the mirror telling me

That I'm not beautiful enough,

That I'm not worth enough

Let me tell you,

I'm beautiful,

Now I can say...

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, I'm the fairest one of all

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, You're the fairest one of all

I'm tired of all the battles

Of all the insecurities

I'm hopping up on the saddle

Looking for oppurtunity

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, whose the fairest one all?

This poem is about: 
Me
Our world

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