Today's another day you won't deny that
It came so slow you don't remember
When you got so fat
Up above the bathroom mirror the light'll
Make you weak but
It's that pacifying lie that grows now
And still you hate it, it's overrated
I'll never forget things like, "Who did what?"
Cover old ground and drag
What's useless up
I won't feel guilty about being late again
There's no one to answer to and
No one to hate
This person has finally realized who and what they really are and possibly does not like what they see in in the mirror, now knows that
only they are responsible for anything and everything they have done or allowed to be done to them. Finally, begins to have acceptance of the fact that if he wants freedom or happiness, he is the only one who can do it and further accepts that he does have to forget the past nor regret it. Which he begins his process of finally loving himself just as he is, all flaws made and yet to come included. The biggest and the greatest part is when he has acceptance that he does not have to be perfect and if he truly likes what he sees in the mirror, he knows he has not given away his own power, needs, anything that makes him truly him and/or did not compromise his own needs in any way. He knows only he is responsible for his own self.