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Itís made from liquid
Cold, dark, and wet
I feel its presence
As it stands in front of me,
It reflects itself within my face
As I focus on the glass.
It takes me in
I stare at myself with a set of dead eyes
I look deep into the face that looks back.
But what scares me the most,
Is that as I gaze upon myself
Standing as still as a tree,
The reflection in the Dark Mirror
Raises his right hand,
And waves at me...

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The following comments are for "The Dark Mirror"
by 100 Bullets

I really like this piece.
It's like in 'The Abyss' staring at those aliens, or like 'Alice through the looking glass, very cool idea.


( Posted by: Colwyn [Member] On: October 7, 2002 )

a bit different.
This is great. Something just a little different from normal.
It reminded me of any number of movies etc which have haunted mirrors, but I don't think I've seen it treated quite this way before - you've pulled it off really well, and I though the ending was excellent.
Score 8/10.

( Posted by: Spudley [Member] On: March 27, 2003 )

Soul Reflection
Deep Indeed and touched me tremendously, first because it resembles"alot" my style and reflections, then because of the yet new horizon you lead me to.

( Posted by: soulreflection [Member] On: March 3, 2006 )

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