Ah yes, mirror mirror on the wall
You may not play so very fair,
But you are not my truest friend
For I have a better one out there.
She doesn't get upset with me
And does not give me a distorted cry,
Neither peers at every graying hair
Or the shadows underneath my eyes.
Nor shall she fuss with me about my weight
For all my faults are in disguise,
My double chin she never reveals
Because all of me is pure surprise.
So whether I am chic and suave
She never cares a hoot,
For even without the pretty frills
Will still think of me as cute.
As for wrinkles, well they will never show
For all she sees is my little heart aglow,
With all that she just loves to send
Because she's my special cyber friend.
Soft Whispers from
Derry's Heart Poems
© 2004 used with permission
"My Mirror And Me"
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