AN HONEST FIEND - THE MIRROR

a poem by Jacinta Ramayah, Malaysia - poetry writer, author, poet

You were my faithful guide and friend years ago,
First thing in the morning your smile would show,
You’d stand in the hall as I waltzed through the door,
And to wish me luck that day your face would glow.

I’d call you my friend as I danced in satin and lace,
Now I wish I could stand before you and smash your face,
But I know it’d hurt me more as pain jerks and twitches,
You’d just gloat back at me in a thousand cracked pieces.

They say I look like a monk now without my eye-lashes,
I hope you will say otherwise but I do see your yeses,
So Ms Mirror in a few months when I’m not tad low,
I need you to return my high-five when I say hello.

2 April 2010

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