Sit and Wonder

Sit and Wonder

A Poem by Meg Craft
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A picture says a thousand words but a mirror screams a million more.

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I often sit and wonder

Of what you think of me

Since I’m aware of how I view myself

Might not be what you see


Frizzy hair and a crooked smile

Scarred skin and heavy eyes

A blurry mind and slow tongue

All of which I do despise


A picture says a thousand words

But a mirror screams a million more

Still, I wonder what you see

If you look deep enough to the core


It may be a bit idiotic

And I probably shouldn’t care

But I often sit and wonder

What you think when I’m not there

© 2013 Meg Craft


Author's Note

Meg Craft
Wrote this for a love interest of mine since he's always writing poems and showing them to me :)

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This was really cool! I liked it.

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Added on April 17, 2013
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Meg Craft
Meg Craft

Boone, NC



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My name is Meg. I am nineteen with a lover named literature and an affair with music. I have old writing up here from middle/high school that's probably pretty cringey. Feel free to peruse it for a g.. more..

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