Hey! I am your mirror
Hey, remember me? Missing me already?
You just kept me down, cursing your pimples.
I reflect your features, I am your mirror,
And want to congratulate you,
For surviving this long.
It has really been a battle with life,
And wars with the thunderstorms in you,
Evident from your expressions,
When you look at me contemplating.
I saw you grow, you were plump,
And you used to be sweet just a bit more.
I saw you struggle with your body, loathe your fat.
I saw you hold your breath, to imitate a flat tummy.
I saw you cut your face, to hide your growing beard.
And I am happy you passed it all,
That you are no more insecure.
I listen to you when you curse your look.
But then you end up admiring your eyes,
You are stupid, stupid to the core.
You look funny, when you look into me,
And laugh at yourself.
I think you can dance better,
You think you do it in isolation,
But no, I am your audience.
You have a small, strange family,
And you guys moved a lot,
So, I have seen many walls.
Anyways, I got to go
I will stare and wonder,
Till you show up again.
Ever want a companion,
Just look at me and talk.
You will have yourself looking back,
And me listening to your life’s facts.