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TITLE: Girl in the mirror
By Elizabeth White
06/07/09
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Could anyone please let me know how to put spaces in, so that I can have a gap between the side of the page and the actual writing? The way I had it set out stayed the same when i copied and pasted into the box, but when i submitted the poem, it all lined up at the side of the page. Spaces in this poem add some meaning to the visual layout.
Say hello to the girl in the mirror,
The perfect,
Flawless,
Image.
The one with the
perfect smile,
perfect friends,
perfect grades.
You look up to her,
Try to be like her.
Mimic her smile,
And everything will be ok.
The friends will come,
Holding images like yourself.
Just donít let them see behind the mirror,
Donít give in to your desire for something real.
For they are,
After all,
Her friends, not yours...
The girl in the mirror.
Be perfect,
Try to succeed,
And donít let anyone see you fail.
Donít be real.
Forget truth.
It canít be trusted.

Perfection,
Counterfeit,
Image.
As long as itís hidden
Itís ok,
Donít let them see underneath your sleeve.
Donít let them see inside your heart.

Itís ok.
Iím ok.
Believe what you see.
The girl in the mirror.
Only an image.
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