This is my first poem... I think ever. It sounds more like a riddle. I don't know how to construct poems very well, but I can rhyme, so here it goes:
I look in the mirror, I see what you see
But what I can see is inside of me
That part I can see is invisible to you
Though you would never guess unless I gave you a clue.
My actions and thoughts are not the same
My actions are false, and bring my thoughts much shame
You see my actions and think that is me
Each one is a lie, it's just what you see.
You will know me once we first meet
Your eyes have tricked you with clever deceit
There's more to this person than you could have guessed
Would it have been easier if I were cross-dressed?
(And there's my pitiful attempt at humor.^^)
Thoughts of the day:
My day was boring, so I had to be creative SOMEWHERE. My manager wouldn't even let me draw to pass the time. It was empty at Gamestop today. I bought Full Metal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shambala on DVD and watched it with my brother. That was about the only fun thing I did. Is it odd that I compare myself to women? What am I saying, yes!