behind the mask
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The lying mask in perpetual pretence, with many more layers of painted reference. The mask that everybody loves as genuine in a blast, and the dreadful breath from the face of the foe as he passed.
Her name; an important presence Polite, Reserved, and Proper: The smokescreen of authentic identity With cracks at the edges of an unceasing mold,
Carved out of marbleI see a sea of white and blueThese marble masks you wear to alter your facesOut of fears forced on you
Behind the mask is the age 18, covered with a mask that says 30
Tell me, what do you see when you look at me? What do you think when you
No one could see this coming
I smile. I laugh. I have been described as a hilarious person, One who makes the days of others.