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face in the mirror

Author: Krinchinian
ASL Info:    20/f/pa
Elite Ratio:    3.12 - 164 /231 /84
Words: 182
Class/Type: Poetry /Mirror or Mask
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face in the mirror

i am the face in the mirror only not
i stare at the liar looking back at me
and i start to spiral into darkness
i crash into the solid ground
and awake to your handsome face
you are the only part of me i like
why cant i be more like you
have not a single care in the world
and only answer to yourself
i want to get away from anybody
but not you, your my everybody
im tired of trying to be perfect
i need to be a straight A student
i need to be a perfect daughter
i need to have time for everyone
i need more hours in a day
why cant i stop hating myself
everyday a piece of me dies
i've pretended to be perfect for so long
that i forgot who i really am
im masquerading as a poster child
i try to let my true identity show
but im so afraid of being disowned
no one would love what i was
only what i have become
all i want is to be myself

Submitted on 2006-12-21 19:31:59     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  OMGOSH. that is exactly how i feel.

its like all along all of your smiles have been fake, and you just keep going, so much that one day you dont know if they are fake or real anymore. you dont know who you are and you are afraid of changing because u dont know what exactly you were originally and you are afraid people wont accept what you might become eventually.

the truth is you never know if its going to work out. i actually did try to change and i lost a lt of friends that way. i hope i could just say that things will be okay, be who you want to be. But it doesnt always work out that way, this isnt a perfect world.

i like it a lot. well written. and i can completely connect with it.

great job.
| Posted on 2006-12-22 00:00:00 | by blankscreen | [ Reply to This ]

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