My Mirror’s Playing Tricks On Me

My mirror’s playing tricks on me
It shows me not what I want to see
Just a crippled, aging man
Who’s lost in his own absurdity

Hovering around like a bee
Is my troubling anxiety
It won’t ever leave me alone
Is my mirror playing tricks on me?

Eleven rats inside of me
Are questioning my sanity
There must be a way out of here
My mirror’s playing tricks on me

Find a way to set me free
I would pay you most handsomely
For I can’t walk, nor talk or scream
My mirror keeps playing tricks on me

I think sometimes it laughs at me
Or is it an illusion I see?
This is not what I used to be
My mirror’s playing tricks on me

12 thoughts on “My Mirror’s Playing Tricks On Me

  1. Thats a good one. Change your perception, world changes 180 degrees!
    I thought my mirror plays tricks on me
    I feel cooped up in it and not feel free
    I need to check my specs and percept
    Both are probably under some dust
    All I do is clean or change them both
    Mirror shall sing a new tune henceforth

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  2. Frank I too was contemplating my reflection, or reflecting on my contemplations. I was wondering if we see ourselves as others see us, or is the image distorted, either for better or worse depending on our self esteem or ego. I sometimes think that we judge ourselves to harshly. I heard a line which I wish to encourage everyone to believe. “You are not as bad as you think you are”. Is it the case that everyone things as I do, that if people saw the real me, the raw, naked to the bone me, would they turn away in horror or gaze at my beauty?

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    1. Hahah…next best to not looking at one’s own reflection and to those you surround yourself with…or those whom surround you….yikes, i’m scaring myself….

      Too cute, cause that’s literally how I run my life…refusal to wear glasses as it lessens my anxiety by not seeing everything so clearly….I can go along w/the fuzz much easier….lol

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