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Poetry Corner: Mirrored Stranger


A poem about mirror-touch synesthesia.

Poetry Corner: Mirrored Stranger

A clone to your touch.

Innocently, 

As if enslaved to you,

I share what you feel.

Behind this glass, 

I am invisible to you,

Yet somehow, 

You tempt me with every touch.

You limp, I limp.

You scream, I am your echo, 

As you melt into the hand of your dear one,

I too perceive that touch.

I don’t choose it, 

If only you knew!


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