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Looking in the mirror I see one face,
In the heart, I see another.
In the mirror,
I see a person who is living in a perfect world.
In the heart, I am living in an place of confinement.
Locked in with all my problems coming out,
and eating inside of me.
Looking in the mirror, I see nobody else,
Looking in the heart, I see people I love,
Who I am outside, is different from who I am inside.
Outside, I look innocent and normal,
but inside I can be described as not completed.
I live no soul, I live with no desire for anything.
You can't see me, but I can see you.
My mirror image, does not reflect who I am,
but my personality reflects who I want to be.
Looks can be deceiving,
you never known whats being hidden inside.
finding out what's inside,
can either destroy you,
or help you.
Looking in the mirror, I see a face.
Looking in the heart, I see another.
What do you see?