Ahhh... dark, mysterious, sharp, with just a tinge of sadness.
I like the warped mirror and shattered image ~ Nice poetry form too ~
'ditto' Heaven. Like the reversal and its effect.
I prefer skinny mirrors, myself...giggle...
I admire the voice you capturedhere: frentic, confused.well-written.
i am fairly certain i do not want to look at myself that closely...well writ though...we often look at ourselfs with warped mirrors...
Clever! Precise and telling. Very nicely done!
The stories warped mirrors can tell...
Oh Laurie, the palindrome is so cool, great form and content match up! Words reflecting like the mirror. So clever.
Clever palindrome use for the 'fun-house' mirror effect ... just the slightest bit creepy for all that, yes?http://aleapingelephant.blogspot.ca/2012/03/mirror-mirror.html
I don't know about a palindrome but this poem sure reads the same backward as forwards.....LOLGreat witty and introspective.You're up there with Keats for me.
Love the form you used Laurie!
warped indeed....in a GOOD way...nicely done Laurie
i like three times memirrored
I really like the sound here: "shattering self-image skewed image"Lovely reversal form; I could never do that.rosemarymint.wordpress.com
Happens to me every time I wet shave... cleverly done.
Warped is so interesting !
I avoid mirrors- and photo'sas much as Possible! thanks.
That was clever to have the words reflecting each other too. Sharp and succinct!
I echo what others have said - your poem is clever and oh so unique!!
Love what you did with these words...
Very clever and so profound!I know people like this, sad...
A powerful write Laurie! :-)
Provocative turn about - I really like this.
This one's truly my kinda poem...dark, warped,torn.fabulously done!
I think all mirrors are warped - well certainly the ones I look in! Is that really me?Excellent take!Anna :o]
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