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In Response to Silvia Plath “Mirror”

Updated on October 23, 2015

Without reserve,mirror so pure

Reflects my true image so clear

Braggart ,along in years.. sure

Without reserve,mirror so pure.

One foot in rayless grave,no cure

For tears and lies I lived in cheer

Without reserve.Mirror so pure

Reflects my true image so clear .

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      Audrey Howitt 20 months ago from California

      I like this a bunch--the repetition works so well

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 20 months ago from Victoria, Australia

      Pity about the wrinkles, but then we're told that they're designed to show our maturity! I enjoyed your poem.

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      Frank Atanacio 20 months ago from Shelton

      I enjoyed this brief look into her reflection.. awesome poem :)

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      Missy Smith 18 months ago from Florida

      This is very nice James. I love Sylvia, and I think you capture her image well here. :)

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      Tijani Achamlal 18 months ago from Morocco

      AudreyHowitt ,

      Thanks so much for your comment.I am glad you liked it.Have a nice day!

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      Tijani Achamlal 18 months ago from Morocco

      BlossomSB ,

      Yeah, I agree with you and also with those who say tewelry takes people's minds off your wrinkles lol

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