Mirror: A Monorhyme

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Mirror: A Monorhyme
©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

Look me in the eye,
remove your mask of lie,
listen to your own sigh,
touch you deeper ‘I’.

No one knows why,
deep inside you die,
though you can try,
to let go and just cry.

When your tears run dry,
and you’ve bid goodbye
to hatred and lie,
you can finally fly.

Photo credit: Thomas Brault


In response to Blogging from A to Z ChallengeM is for Monorhyme.

Monorhyme

A Monorhyme is a poem in which all the lines have the same end rhyme.

Missed a letter/poem? Read all Poetry from A-Z here.

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41 thoughts on “Mirror: A Monorhyme

    1. thank you for the ‘you go girl’ my dear Mel! and for the warm digital hugs. ❤ ❤ ❤
      Yes… this is fictional… though I have a character in mind. 🙂 Thank youuuuu! ❤ *hugs* back to you!

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  1. Such a heartfelt poem which really did hit me…My favorite is this part: ‘No one knows why, deep inside you die, though you can try, to let go and just cry.’

    In such simple words you have explained the complex thing of letting it go…
    As usual, loved it ❤ ❤ 🙂

    M for Mind

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    1. Thank you Srivi! 🙂
      Sometimes, it’s not the pain inflicted that really kills us but our not letting go. Nonetheless, I can never say it is easy to let go and forgive. Right? 🙂

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  2. Beautiful! You are just getting better and better right here in front of my eyes.. sigh.. what an inspiration to see you dive deep into these waters of writing! I am learning a lot from you sweet Princes! Please have a beautiful weekend! ❤

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    1. Geez! Coming from a wise and skilled writer, it really means a lot to me dear Dajena! Thank you very much! I am surrounded by mature, great and inspiring writers like you. 🙂 Your talents are just contagious, thus, I’m infected. 😀
      Thank you! and have a beautiful weekend too!

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