For a house without a single mirror.

For a house without a single mirror

Is a house without a roof or a door

The perspective here is so much clearer

When you realize this is a metaphor

 

For the one within this house is unique

No urge to cover or bring upon deceit

It being something the greatest still seek

A character trait never obsolete

 

Some call it naïve to not really know

Yet a mirror holds the key to the truth

While all the mirror shows is a John Doe

The one without knows her beauty and youth

 

For you decide your own limitations

While doors and walls are strictly foundations

 

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