"Mirror": Reflections of Truth

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English

 

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George A

 

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November 24, 2016

 

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I have no preconceptions." (1), second as the water in the lake because she states "Now I am a lake." (10), and third through the eyes of an aging woman that is revealed in line 17 "In me she has drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman/ Rises toward her day after day?" In the first stanza the reflection personifies the ability to take in what it sees without judging stating "I have no preconceptions/ Whatever I see I swallow immediately/ Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike/ I am not cruel, only truthful?" (1-4)...
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Many descriptions make the reader see through the eyes of the mirror as if it were able to speak back to him or her. The reflection views its surroundings in a manner of a small child who has the ability to take in or ingest whatever information is presented without regard. Visual imagery plays an important role in this poem and the descriptions make the reader immediately understand the truths within a mirror...
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