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The Mirror

by Edmund Burke

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I look in the mirror And what do I see? A strange looking person That cannot be me. For I am much younger And not nearly so fat As that face in the mirror I am looking at. Oh, where are the mirrors That I used to know Like the ones which were Made thirty years ago? Now all things have changed And I`m sure you`ll agree Mirrors are not as good As they used to be. So never be concerned, If wrinkles appear For one thing I`ve learned Which is very clear, Should your complexion Be less than perfection, It is really the mirror That needs correction!

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