Seen, this phot of a woman with a rose in front of her face. Seen is a poem

Seen

Seen by Emily Way-Evans

Seeing myself
Through your eyes
Is addictive
Just a glimpse
Through those glasses
Clean and rose tinted
I am hooked
To this sugar-coated view
Of my life
I want to climb inside your head
And watch the re-runs
My top ten best bits
Maybe stock up some memories
While I’m there
I want to be filled to the brim
With your admiration
Of this version of me
That you see
And then hope that it rubs off
Onto my self esteem
To rekindle some love
For the version I see

<strong>Emily Way-Evans</strong>
Emily Way-Evans

Emily is a mother and an arts administrator by day and an amateur writer by night. She discovered writing as a therapeutic creative outlet after joining a class during maternity leave, and whilst experiencing an intense period of post-natal depression.

She continues to write in as many moments of solitude as possible and shares her work on Instagram under the name @emilywaywrites

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