logic

i see a
piece of me
on a part
of a broken
mirror

a piece that
chases the
lost of
a whole

never connected
never connected

a piece of
me that
was never
really me

what do i see
what do they see

a piece that
is there

a piece that
isn’t me

 

2014

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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9 Responses to logic

    • Yoshiko! Good thing you asked that. Sometimes, we find ourselves strangers to our own selves. Sometimes we do not know who we really are until we accept the imperfections we have. I know it sounds negative but it’s somehow a reality for me. We have our personal perception of looking ourselves on a piece of a mirror.

      🙂

  1. The many facets of one person’s life; the perceptions others may have of that life; all so different to the perception of self.

  2. nayabimtiaz says:

    Woah! This is really amazing. 🙂

  3. Loved it , got me thinking

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