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Her Mind

an absolute beauty but her heart is one that cannot be handled,
Her emotions are scrambled
But she just wishes to be loved through all of her flaws.
Her passion deserves applause
She lives by her own laws
But with beauty In reality is imperfection
Why is she broken?
She is quite.
But often misguided.
At times she can be two sided, divided
By good and evil
She just wishes her two sides were united
Her soul resembles of a blackhole.
Trapped with light, looking for a way to out,
but no exit is in sight.
When her two sides are aligned,
She is a mastermind.
Absolutely Undefined.
She hears thoughts of Lucifer
Sees visions from Gabriel.
Her mind is shattered with perception.
She can see the unseen.
She is the unbelievable.
Two sides, Heaven and Hell
Broken to shattered.
Pure to Twisted.
She is soul.
She is power.
She is hungry.
She wants more,
as each scream and cry from satan.
Scream louder.
Who Are You?
As she looks in the mirror she stares into her eyes.
On the brink of shattering.
But each lie she told now staggering through her brain.
In scattered truths.
She wonders why.
For even she lies
At her own eyes.
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This is the first poem about the perception of a mind that can truly see the unseen.

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Written on June 20, 2022

Submitted by Whereisiverson on June 21, 2022

Modified by Whereisiverson on December 15, 2022

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Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 1,140
Words 246
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 41

Iverson Taylor Smith

My name is Iverson is named after Allen Iverson. I'm new to poetry which my girlfriend introduced me to but each thing I write comes from the soul. Let me know how it feels to read my poetry. more…

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