September 16, 2008
By Samantha Schneider, Highland Village, TX

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall-
Who are you to stand so tall?
Your glass surface shines at me,
Revealing who I ought to be.
In you I note my imperfections
Seeing where I need corrections
For when you show me my reflection,
The last thing I see is complete perfection
Eyes too wide, middle to thick
I stand for hours, hours and pick
This is how people judge
This is why they hold a grudge
It’s all about the beauty of my face
There is no mercy, there is no grace
For, on a mirror, the duty will always fall.
To tell who is the fairest of them all.

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