Hi FireEyes, congrats on literary spotlight! I found your poem there, that's why I am reading and feel the urge to write something down!
I love your structure! Three parts, with the first two being 13 lines long and the last with 9. If we take the symbolic meaning, I can find some direct relationship to these numbers. For instance, the number "13", usually thought to be a harbinger of bad luck symbolizes death, a pretty common motif in your poem "thrown out" "dead plant" "kill me" and rebirth, which is also identified here "kill me once, kill me twice" "if life is all just a game, i want a new character to play". And the third stanza has 9 lines. 9 represents self examination, wisdom, enlightenment, pretty fitting for a conclusion.
I enjoyed reading about the three perspectives! Oh sorry, identities: the fraud, the broken and the contradiction. "emotional tax evasion" is one of the greatest metaphors I have heard for a while now.
The broken toy identity seemed to me to be the most fleshed out, out of the three. Something about it felt ... complete. The way you talk about it being damaging and not needed resonated with me and it actually made sense. I am not a fan of you overusing the word "my" in the line that says "my mother is my imperfection and my father is my sin." You can say "my mother is imperfection, my father is the sin" and it wouldn't feel that heavy to read.
The contradiction identity on the other hand feels the most incomplete. Sorry but apart from the "hot and cold" part I couldn't find something related to that.
Overall, great work, good luck in your poetry journey. I hope I'll be seeing you this NaPo!