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The Mirror

When I look in the mirror what do I see?
I see a very lonely girl staring back at me.
This girl hasn't had friends through her whole school years,
This girl tries to go places and smile to hold back the tears,
This girl has had her heart broken by many guys, it's
true,
This girl has lost her boyfriend and now her love
life is through,
This girl was almost raped but didn't say anything;
almost didn't matter
This girl since then is still picking up the pieces
that were shattered,
Now when I look in the mirror do you know what I see?
I see a very hurt girl and it's hard to believe that
the girl is me.
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My name is Stephanie and I am 37 yrs. old & I have a loving boyfriend named Brandon. I have been writing ever since my freshman year in high school (1999). Most of these poems on here are ones that I wrote years ago. Writing is my second passion that I do when I need to pour out my feelings about love, heartbreak, family, etc. So I hope you enjoy! Deuces!! more…

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