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Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: funny, mirror,

A Zulu Warrior

Do you sometimes see a Zulu Warrior Staring back from the mirror in the morning! A nasty fierce looking bad tempered dude Obscenities flying out without warning Crabbing bout having to make a living But enjoying all the many accoutrements If it wasn't that, it'd be something else People just love to complain and vent A shower and shave, you're almost human Not one person will ever suspect That a member of the Zulu Warriors tribe Was a coworker of great respect Do you sometimes see a Zulu Warrior Staring back from the mirror in the morning! © Jack Ellison 2012


Poem Details | by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: graduation, growing up, heart, history, humor, marriage, mentor, mirror, muse, myth, spiritual, spoken word, thank you,

Walk

A bulging extremity,

a feminist integrity,

a swaggering centipede,

the cops arresting me,

my dick the right size,

the bang coming out of your eye's,

the sensitivity upon demise,

the dew and dripping from the sky's,

the eagerness of eloping,

the magnitude of doping,

the honesty of groping,

scattering scorpions glowing and scoping.

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: confusion, funny, holiday, philosophy, social,

Thanksgiving in the mirror

With "plenty" this culture's endowed 
Bad outcomes are never allowed!
But nature's stealthy
And notes for the wealthy
Silver linings come with a cloud

Poem Details | by John Hamilton |
Categories: humorous, image,

mirror mirror

Mirror Mirror

Mirror, mirror, she asked, "who is fairest?"
Said a maiden who felt like the rarest
Mirror answered unkindly
Maiden struck at it blindly
Now her image, is cracked and embarassed.



John Derek Hamilton
Jan 01,2016


Poem Details | by Michelle Born |
Categories: change, emo, gothic, heart, hilarious, mirror, poetry,

MISERABLE


There are times some mat be some what miserable

To me my life isn't bad enough to say it is terrible,

I am happy and blessed with my whole world

Those whom are not happy always live in turmoil,

Misery loves company they always say

yes it is sad that others do feel this way,

My heart goes out to those but, they have to be the ones wanting to change

The negativity they have in their souls needs to be rearranged.

Written By: Unique Poetry 2015

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: cry, dog, funny, humor, life, mirror, yellow,

the old shaggy yellow spotted dog

the old shaggy yellow spotted dog
ran quickly around the drawing room 
chasing a long tale

until it spotted itself
in a mirror on the wall
and was amazed 

by how old it is looking 
and how quickly 
time passes

remembering its youth 
it laid down in a cradle in the woom 
and cried

Poem Details | by David Sollis |
Categories: beauty, clothes, funny, humorous,

Mirror, Mirror -

Mirror mirror on the wall,
why are all my clothes too small?
Please mask my cellulite and fat profusion,
with the magic of optical delusion.


Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: animals, funny

Monkeys in the Mirror

Monkeys stare through cages at the zoo
Picking teeth, scratching each other too
     But who are we to cast aspersions 
     We each have our primate reversions    
Reflecting us, monkeys see – monkeys do 


* For Linda-Marie's Zany Zoo challenge

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: crazy, fish, flower, humor, mirror, psychological, vanity,

narcissus and the carp, a tanka

narcissus, the pond
across the surface ripples
disillusionment
dead in the water, floating
not so koi now, bloated carp

by gail

Poem Details | by Mydavolu Venkatasesha Sathyanarayana |
Categories: funny, day, day, mirror,

MY MIRROR GRINNED


My mirror grinned at my first grey
With rearing youth, it’s my first fray
Disturbed, with care I plucked that bane
Next day to find one more, again
I cried and sighed and went astray

That’s how began my darkest day
With whitest hair and day by day
At deepening my fear and pain
My mirror grinned

With no concern at my dismay
Went on my hair, to well betray
With more and more albescent strains;
Until one day remarked Miss Jane
I looked smarter with that new grey!
My mirror grinned

Poem Details | by Edward Schmitz |
Categories: beauty, crush, desire, funny love, mental illness, vanity,

This Side of the Mirror

This Side of the Mirror I feel lost within the mirror’s eyes Those charming narcissistic pools As vast and blue as endless skies Glittering like two polished jewels As I look deep within those gems I recollect such secret woes Held trapped inside my lover’s skin Is such a torture none should know Drowned deep within the vainest vice An honest pain baptized this soul Although it seems that dreams are nice When unachieved they take a toll I can not hold, my love, so dear Or press their lips upon my own And even, could, I hold them near The truth remains, I am alone

Poem Details | by Agatha Jetaime |
Categories: abuse, addiction, humor, irony,

Lipstick on mirror

Joe puts his name on mirror with lipstick
So that in the morning, geez,
He doesn't waste so much time recalling
Who he is.

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: beauty, blue, fear, funny, health,

AFRAID OF A MIRROR

Afraid of a mirror
that daunts you with horror?
What's your fear
of not looking 
and admitting
you have a funny ear?


Fretted to look into a mirror
that won't suggest
the word " Beauty? "
I anticipate your anger
and unpleasant words that
won't change reality!
 

Afraid of a mirror
that hangs on your bathroom wall?
Make believe it's a crystal ball...
don't create useless terror!


Not everyone is
born beautiful and healthy
and has a perfect body...
why blame it on your genes?
Be beautiful in your own way,
enjoy your spotlight and shine today!





Poem Details | by Phyllis Babcock |
Categories: funny, me, me, mirror,

The Mirror

Mirror mirror on the wall
I don't know me at all

Whose face is that I see
What--you say it's me

Mirror mirror on the wall
Can you happen to recall

Why my face changed it's form
It is way beyond the norm

Mirror mirror on the wall
give me an answer do not stall

I asked you a question -tell me no lies
Why am I in total disquise

Mirror mirror on the wall
Now be a real nice doll

Change me back to who I am
My reflection is just a scam

Mirror mirror on the wall
Reverse it all.

Poem Details | by kash poet |
Categories: funny

I am bored with mirror

Bored with the mirror
reflecting same face,
nothing more or less
without System Error(500)!

Bored with those eyes
teasing my behaviour,
naughty as they are
without a surprise!

Bored with those lips
'se_y' someone told,
always too much bold
and ready for a kiss!

Bored with the nose
hill above the sea,
always ahead of me
mimicking my pose!

Myself or  mirror
who is the culprit,
let's now fix it
whose boredom is more!


©2011 kashinath karmakar
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Placement:7th  (May 2011)

By:kashinath karmakar (24th April 2011)

Contest:I am bored with --

Sponsor:Linda-Marie The Sweetheart


Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: funny, sad,

The person in the Victorian mirror

The person in the Victorian mirror
Is getting fat and bald
Spots appear 
Where there was once perfection
Inches of height disappear
From those on the drivers license

He has gone from someone
To someone else
Approaching no one

Hunched over
And shuffling somewhat 
When he walks
He dresses up in his finest old cloths
Each dark night 
And goes out 
Hoping to get laid

Poem Details | by Frederic Parker |
Categories: humorous,

Mirror

I have no thoughts of a mirror
must allow my brain to think
to give it purpose      to write a poem
thoughts and mind must interlink

To find reason or cause
for every reflection,   I have seen
from a skin of pink to a skin of gray
and the changes in between

I know there will be those
who'll write a metaphor or two
a philosophical take on the theme
from illusions,    their mirror reflects so true

I've never thought or dreamed of mirrors
only reflections on a lake
where I sit to write this poem
and share my final take


9/21/17 contest Mirror Mirror




Poem Details | by Ananthasagaran Narayanapillai |
Categories: anger, depression, dream, emotions, humanity, humor, relationship,

Feelings of mirror

I am Mr.Mirror
Who show your horror,
Face of your.

I am really sad,
To show your mad,
Face,it looks very bad.

For each situation 
You change your face motion 
Oh!, it's not a fiction. 

You change your face 
Like masks with pace,
Yes,you already forget peace

Now you search others pockets,
If there no money packets,
You throw them like paper rockets,

I know there was a time,
People was on cloud nine,
Also looked very fine.

Oh! Now you destroy the world, 
I can't say with a word,
My dear Lord...........

There will be an end,
If you don't trust others mind
Please love others like your friend



Poem Details | by Dean Wood |
Categories: humor,

Mirror Mystery

This morning I looked in the mirror
And experienced a curious sight. 
The old man looking back at me 
Had his left hand on his right. 

If left is right and right is left, 
Why is not up-side down? 
I suppose it would be too difficult 
To smile when we wanted to frown!??.



53 words
5/23/2017 
One of five-70 words or less contest; Sponsored by Laura Loo
Theme = “mirror”

Poem Details | by Ray Gridley |
Categories: humor, vanity,

Mirror Image

In the mirror I looked
Then gave out a shout
It seems all my hair
Had just fallen out.

In the mirror I looked
Intending to pose
When I saw that I'd lost
The tip of my nose.

In the mirror I looked 
And shook with great fear
I just don't know how
I'd lost my left ear.

Considering the things
I suddenly lack
I bought a new mirror
And they all came back!

Poem Details | by romeo naces |
Categories: family, children, funny,

Little Girl as Mirror Oracle

The comment of a girl younger than four
      is truer than any Delphic oracle;

To try to change it in your favor requires
      no less than a medieval miracle;

For hers is the honest opinion of a
      trustworthy mirror on the wall;

Though you befriend her with chocolate
     bars, toys and a marshmallow ball,

She sticks to her verdict and points at
     your wrinkles, warts and all !

Poem Details | by romeo naces |
Categories: funny, hope, people,

Humor the Mirror

He's one who often finds himself
   on the right side of every wrong issue,

      and is predictably late whenever he takes   
         short cuts just to get there way ahead of you;

quite habitually he runs right smack 
   into a creepy creditor he dreads to meet,

      or ends up sweating in a heavy raincoat
         in an abnormally unexpected high noon heat;

he says he's marching to the beat
   of his own drums you just can't hear,

      and stares at you, you at him in the mirror,
         two cheerful bunglers, so close, so near !
         

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: dream, how i feel, humor, mirror,

Face of Just Being

I look into my mirror, myself again, I face; a look at my own being. I wonder if other beings, look at themselves in a mirror and see their face or their souls. When I need to fix my face, I glance at my own being; to admire my spirit in the mirror. When I look, does the mirror see both of my faces or am I just a crazy being?

Poem Details | by Mark Hansen |
Categories: funny, imagination, life, uplifting,

Mirror Humor

Humbleness Above,
I laugh!
"O' Lord, I mock you not."
"Lets face it!"
"The man in the mirror can do some stupid things in one life spell."
"Okay, more than one can count into the loosing the numbers away."
Smiling the sins into the no more,
I joining into the laughter tears.
Humor-
"Where forth does this amusing emotion comes from anyway?"

Poem Details | by Curtis Forsythe |
Categories: humor, self,

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

The older I get the more I fret
When I look in the mirror and see-
No hips or butt
Just a great big gut-
I look like a fricken Orangutanee.