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Shattered Mirror

The shattered Mirror
A perfect mirage,
Walking in glamour,
With a broken stick
hidden in net,
And protected by fallacy.

Shattered Mirror
Spoke the language
of the pot belly,
And the folly at the top,
Whispered air into my eardrum,
With the torn of a median immense in ecstasy.

I ached to see it patched,
With hymen of a virgin beast,
Clothed not with hypocrisy,
Nor entwined with chaff awaiting the wind in its prime.

My heart throb
To birth the truth,
That stands out like man at sunrise,
And shows off like breast in her prime.

Shattered Mirror
Murdered with truth,
Buried with conscience
And mourned by fact,
Left to dine in the bleak world.

We sang not a dirge,
And ate not the dust,
Or sank out of sight,
But laughed out love of the rebirth of consciousness.

By: Judith Amoako (Juu )

by Judith Amoako (Juu)

 Posted by: Jet Alan


Anita Ampah | 1/4/2017 7:39:05 PM

Nice one Juu. Keep it up.

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Richard Efo Simple | 1/4/2017 8:15:22 PM

This is artistry... I enjoyed it

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Awuraa | 1/4/2017 8:42:51 PM

Beautifully written! Love it

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Lordfear | 2/8/2017 10:13:32 AM

Too much beautiful


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