The Mask…a poem in truth

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THE MASK

The mask it makes life easy.

But don’t believe it is your friend.

It hides the inner beauty…

Yeah, and all you are within.

The mask it is a fortune told

That never will come true.

The world through colored glasses…

No, the mask is not for you.

Be who you are and meant to be.

Don’t ever let that go.

Allow the sunshine in your life,

To release your inner glow.

You’re not them, and they’re not you.

Originals, are we all.

The mask will cause you greater loss,

The further that you fall.

So, learn to see that one of a kind,

That God bestowed on you.

And, go and throw the mask away,

And live this life in truth.

Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

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