Little Glass World


"Beware not what will fracture you,"
The broken sirens sing.
She stares at her reflection,
The looking glass shattering.

The wind whispers lullabies,
And the raven begins to mourn.
The midnight sheds its stars
At the lightest touch of morn.

Everything she looks at
Seems to break and fall apart,
But she has come to know
The greatest secret of the dark.

The world would have you tricked,
But in her hands the truth lies unfurled.
Maybe it is not us who are broken
But this little glass world.

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