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by Deborah Lloyd
Fife, Scotland
2000

You are me, and I am you.
You mimic what I say and do.
You wear my clothes,
and smile my smile.
You copy me all the while.

You have my eyes, and my nose.
You have my hair, and my toes.
You have my hands, and my feet.
You wear my perfume, smells so sweet.

I am you, and you are me.
We have the very same body.
Same freckles, same place.
Here we stand face-to-face.


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