Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror

A Poem by Hannah Elizabeth

is it truly necessary

to be broken down to the mere fragments of what i once loved?

to be torn into pieces i only barely recognize?

to rip away every aspect of life that, at some point in time, i treasured the most?

is it fair for you to make me hate myself and all that i have become and ever was?

is it fair for you to make me wish every night that it would be the last time i ever see the sky?

do you smile as you shatter me into sheers?

i have never loathed someone so passionately as i do


Mirror, Mirror,

look what You've done.

© 2017 Hannah Elizabeth

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Reflection of a reflection....do i read that the image you see is not what you are inside but what you see yourself to be now in your mirror...Very deep!

Posted 11 Months Ago

Hatefully reflecting, Timidly harsh

Great Read


Posted 11 Months Ago

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Added on November 20, 2017
Last Updated on November 20, 2017
Tags: poetry, poem, mirror, selfloath

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