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Mirror.

A poem by Anant Mudita Antoniadou.

Who messes us up
Who answers
Who dances, instead of us?

Whose eyes watch
Who reacts,
Who listens, instead of us?

Who fights us
Who holds us
Who dreams, instead of us?

Who thinks
Who loves
Who breathes, instead of us?

Who brings fear
Who moves forward
Who lives or dies, instead of us?

Break the mirror
that sees nothing but you,
even if it smiles back to you.
The snakes curl
Dance and jolt,
A fiery embrace

Break the mirror
The fears that come out of it
Enter the blaze
Your mind’s yells
Go past them and go on
Clutch at the heart

Break the mirror
Look only inwards
And find your answers
On who, who, who!

 

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