Poetry, Short Stories

Mistaken identity



The incandescent light
hangs over her head.
She is being questioned
and she doesn’t know why.

The questions they ask
make no sense.
The people of whom they inquire
are unfamiliar to her.

She is baffled
by the circumstances.
She sees herself in photos
with people she’s never met
and in places she’s never been.

She is clearly being set up
but by whom?
She is convinced she is
a victim of mistaken identity.


Image source: Google images
Contents compiled: September 23 2016
Originally published: September 23 2016
Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises

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