Mirror, Mirror, on the wall,
Who is the fairest one of all?
Who is the wisest? Who is most kind?
Who listens to others? Who speaks their mind?
Who thinks that all their life’s learning is done?
Who knows their learning has just begun?
Mirror, Mirror, what do you see?
Do you see my reflection or do you see me?
Do you see my eyes, my face, my hair?
Or do you see the qualities under there?
I am only human; I do what I do.
Am I truly reflected in you?
Mirror, Mirror, look within.
Look past my nose, my freckles, my skin.
See the truth that lies inside:
Sometimes I fail, but always I’ve tried.
Sometimes I hurt, sometimes I feel joy.
Sometimes I’m confident: other times, coy.
Mirror, Mirror, who am I?
Sometimes I’m happy, sometimes I cry.
Sometimes I’m scared: other times, secure.
Sometimes I’m lost: other times, sure.
Sometimes I hide, but always I’m real.
I sympathise, empathise, celebrate, feel.
Mirror, Mirror, this is me.
I’m who I am and all I can be.
I’m not just my face, my body, my hair.
I’m not my things, nor what I wear.
You can see me, and I can see you.
Mirror, Mirror, reflect me true.
What does the mirror reveal to you about you?