You’re Not the Dragon

As she looks in the mirror at the bruise under her right eye
Her eyes thoroughly scan the room
As if the emptiness of it could give her away
And when she sits on the cold floor
Covered with towels that blush
Tired, in a hushed voice
She aimlessly repeats
You’re not the dragon
You’re not the dragon
For the dragon is defeated
But you’re not. “
Hi, I’m Nadia and I am a new writer here on wordpress. I love writing poems and traveling. I hope you like my work and if you don’t forget to check out my blog.”
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