Neela Nath


Mirror, Mirror Tell Me The Truth


Who is more beautiful
we or our mind?
Should we tell the truth openly
or bite one from behind?
Mirror, mirror tell me
soon, don't keep suspense- - - -
can morality be sold,
in pound, dollar or in pence?
If anyone hurts without
any cause, should I keep patience?
Mirror, mirror, tell him now,
his digs make no sense.

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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Remembering a famous fairy tale I wrote this poem.Mirror is here the conscience of every person before which we compel to stand at least once in 24 hours.

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