Mirrors Speak

Mirror, mirror on the wall

You show a reflection to us all

You show us our face no matter if we are happy or sad

No matter if we had an amazing day or a day where things made us mad

You sit there lifeless but yet you show us something deep

You show us our feelings which we will have to keep

It is up to us to make the best of our day and life

And you will always be there to show us what we look like through harmony or strife


Finding Me” was my last lengthly poem. Please feel free to be open and honest about your thoughts on both because I enjoy true feedback.

Here are my recent crochet projects. The featured image shows them both, but this picture has my dog, so I wanted to share it too. πŸ˜‰πŸ˜

Drawing has been on the back burner as of late because of a crochet and a book called “The Little Book of Hygge” which I am enjoying thouroughly.

What books πŸ“š are you all reading right now or have read in the past?

I do hope that you all take the time to enjoy yourself through crafting or whatever makes you happy because there is only one life to live so that is what we should all focus on… living. πŸ™‚

I look forward to hearing from you and I hope that you are all happy.

Christy πŸ™‚

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40 thoughts on “Mirrors Speak

  1. lensdailydiary says:

    I enjoyed the poem Christy. I am a little suspicious of mirrors. Perhaps I have visited too many crazy mirror houses at carnivals and fun fairs where I receive a funny, distorted image of myself. Though as a teenager I can remember spending hours in front of it, comb in hand, trying to get that really cool look.

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    • CHRISTY ISTRATE says:

      Now-a-days I tend to steer clear of them too… especially at the gym. I see people watching themself workout but not me. The treadmill is my best friend there and then I lift the hand weights and stretch in a place away from the mirrors. πŸ™‚

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  2. ourlittleredhouseblog says:

    Beautiful poem, straight from your heart and soul. I am a big fan of hearts so I definitely love your crochet pieces. I will have to ask my aunt to make me some with hearts…I can’t crochet. I have a fun little book I am reading through called Tree of Treasures by Bonnie MacKay. It is filled with her collection of ornaments and the stories behind them.

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