My Invisible twin brother.

My Invisible twin brother.

A Poem by Kay Salisu Titilola
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This is a poem that talk about life and personality. Our actions towards life would determine the action of life towards us.

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Looking at the invincible mirror in front of me,
I saw a man of my own identity.
He smiles as I smiled and wink as i winked
The teeth of his mouth was never differ from that of me.

I folded my hands, he also got his own fold.
I intended to go, so it did on its own,
I was so confused of the second me,
That is standing so perfectly in front of me.

I shockingly look behind the mirror,
To know if i could see the little pal,
But I found it to be no one,
Right behind the the middle man.

I came back to watch again,
He emerge to do the same,
I got to frown my face,
So did he without delay.
He never miss a second,
To act in all my way.

I turned my back to him,
He turns his back to me.
The way I did to him,
It's the way it did to me.

I later know the invisible Kid,
To be my dearly copied part.
It shows the true me,
and explain how I am.

I'm not too good, i'm not too bad.
All I got to know is that,
I am always the real me.

© 2016 Kay Salisu Titilola



Author's Note

Kay Salisu Titilola
Please comment as you read. I really want to know my level of writing.

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whoa this poem gives off an illusion type of thing... i cant really explain the feeling. it was a great one none the less , havent had a poem do that to me before. i loved this! truly amazing.... keep up the great work Salisu Titilola :)

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kay Salisu Titilola

11 Months Ago

That was really encouraging. Thanks a lot.
 The Realist

11 Months Ago

and you are very much welcome 1:)
wow,with the topic i thought it was a real twin brother until i read the content that it was a mirror twin brother....good write up


Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kay Salisu Titilola

1 Year Ago

thanks for that sister?

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Kay Salisu Titilola
Kay Salisu Titilola

Ijebu ode, Ijebu ode, Nigeria



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I love writing novels, poems and play, all doing my leisure time. And sometime, i do write poems due to my experience and what I see around me. Although I'm an engineer by profession, but I later di.. more..

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