Mirror

April 16, 2011
By Secretlypoetic GOLD, Hastings, Michigan
Secretlypoetic GOLD, Hastings, Michigan
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As I watch her in the mirror, I fall in love
The luscious red lips so full of love and laughter
I want to stare at them forever
Memorize their lines and curves
As I look at her in the mirror, I fall in love.

Her cheeks start to burn as I stare
A ruddy red in the dim light
Like dear apples that I want to bite
She looks away, her shyness so sweet
As I watch her in the mirror, I fall in love.

As I inspect my love, I fall in love
With her bright blue eyes
That shine like the ocean, I want to jump in
And swim like a dolphin within their depths
As I look at her the mirror, I fall in love.

As I watch my love step away from the Mirror,
I fall in love
She moves toward me and tantalizes
Me with her gorgeous hair I long to touch
And then I do
As I look at her, I fall in love.

As I look at her I fall in love,
My love, my life
My dear, my wife
Nothing tops her beauty
As I look into her eyes, I see her fall in love.


The author's comments:
Wrote this for my english class

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on Jun. 16 2011 at 9:47 pm
Secretlypoetic GOLD, Hastings, Michigan
14 articles 0 photos 31 comments
Thanks again for reading my stuff!

on Jun. 14 2011 at 1:05 pm
nikkigonefishin GOLD, Los Angeles, California
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Favorite Quote:
" A smile is worth a thousand words"
" The purpose of the writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself."- Albert Camus

This is really good. For some reason it reminded me of the way a child may look at their mom with admiration. Good job :)


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