Evil Mirror

Evil Mirror

A Poem by Daniel Gardner
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Just a random writing while trying to fall asleep

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Forced into a corner with no window to break
My mind screams out from this heart piercing stake
I am not evil nor am I a demon
I came to try and live a life, a dream.
Not to be beaten until I scream.
Who are you to condemn me to hell?
Who are you to stress out my heart?
I just wanted to be left alone even if I did not have a home.
I wanted to eat the wheat of the field, enjoy the fruits of the land.
But you came at me ready to saw off my hands.
I am done with you, your face I do not want to see.
I am break free from your enchanted strangle hold.
I will break this filth ridden mirror no more to see the image staring back that is not me. 

© 2013 Daniel Gardner


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"Who are you to condemn me to hell?
Who are you to stress out my heart?
I just wanted to be left alone even if I did not have a home."
I like the directness and worthwhile questions. Hard to see the face of youth. I like the above lines. It seem we are led and have little control. Thank you for sharing the outstanding poetry.
Coyote

Posted 7 Years Ago


We do sometimes gather strength enough to want the light...good to see you hon...and to hear from you x

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Daniel Gardner
Daniel Gardner

Monroe, GA



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