Mirror Mirror on the wall

by Maren L Johnson   May 18, 2007

Mirror mirror on the wall
I don't have to ask I already know the answer.

With my pimples and my wire-filled mouth.
None of the guys talk to me and I'm left in the shadows.

Mirror mirror on the wall
It's alright you don't have to lie to make me feel better about myself.

I've got the weirdest style and you can see my crooked nose from a mile.
I'm the center of mean jokes and sneers

Mirror mirror on the wall
I said I want the truth.

I'm not pretty I'm not beautiful I'm plain old Jane.
The guys who say hi, do it because they feel sorry for me they know I'm lame.

Mirror on the wall
What's that you said? Okay I'll listen even though it will not change a thing.

Who's that oh that can't be me. Are you sure? Pinch me I think I'm dreaming.

Mirror mirror on the wall
Who's beautiful both outside and in



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  • 11 years ago

    by Liz

    5/5 -Liz