Who Is This Man I See

Poem by: Tarr

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Man in the mirror

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Submitted: January 13, 2013

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Submitted: January 13, 2013

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There you are staring directly into my eyes, I feel like I know, I feel like I've lived your life, But yet you act so different, and you know how to live, You've been to many places, and have everything to give, Yet still I see you there, and I know we're the same, But why can't I remember you, or your name, Your life consists of many things, good or bad, But you always seem to come out, happy or glad, You've done some things in your past you're not proud of, You try to keep going, but you accidently fall in love, After a heartbreak you try to find your way back to normal, But each way you go, the difference seems formal, Yet you still keep going, through love and through heartbreaks, This is a good man not like any of those fakes, So how do I know you, why do you look like me, Are you the man that I'm supposed to be, But then I realize I'm looking into a mirror, This is me so I have nothing to fear.


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