As Is

A broken mirror looks upon a broken mirror
and views shattered glass,
but only recognizes formations
uniquely familiar.

And when one broken mirror sees itself
not as broken, but as beautiful,
then the allure and charm of the other
is completely apparent.

It doesn’t observe the other mirror and say,
“You need to be fixed,” or, “I can fix you.”
It merely understands and accepts and loves
as is.

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