Tags : Masks

Price of Translucence

Price of Translucence

A Poem by Roshan Nair


This piece is dedicated to the struggle we have to shed our masks to the ones we deeply care about, but are afraid, knowingly or not, that they might ..
Masquerade

Masquerade

A Poem by Limitality


Welcome to my masquerade, try not to be too afraid...
|We have Learned|

|We have Learned|

A Poem by Elly


We have learned that we cannot be loved. We have learned that if someone says something that is brutal, you just..
Masquerade World

Masquerade World

A Poem by Cool Girl


We all wear masks..
A Thousand

A Thousand

A Poem by Nikolean


A thousand faces, a thousand masks, a thousand cracks, a thousand breaks.My sanity seems to lie in the grey.
The Perfect Charm

The Perfect Charm

A Poem by RoyRogers


The worlds most perfect disguise. The key to being superficial.
Fine

Fine

A Story by Vega Altair


Don't worry, I am fine.
Mired World

Mired World

A Poem by Krystal Jones


Was thinking about the vices I have used to cover some of the pains I have experienced, and this is what came out.
The Lively Defeated

The Lively Defeated

A Poem by Aura "EAK" Inanna


When we crumble, we become new.
Unnoticed

Unnoticed

A Poem by What Do I Put Here?


Her pain goes unnoticedNo one can tellShe smiles like an angelBut is going through hellThe shell she wearsMasks the raging tidesBut no one looks close..
Let the right one in

Let the right one in

A Poem by Nadia Gerassimenko


To strip off your layers Of masquerades you’ve accumulated Over the years and masks you’ve painted Of poker-faces; even you d..
Days When

Days When

A Poem by SoulExchanger


Sometimes we get so tired we stop caring, and then everything's just too late.
Smiles on Paper

Smiles on Paper

A Poem by Sydney Biddles


The beauty of smiles in writing.
My Mask

My Mask

A Poem by ZaySpence/ The Unknown


I usually don't write poetry about myself, but there's a first time for everything right? A reflection on the mask I, and everyone wears to conceal ou..
Smoke Screen

Smoke Screen

A Poem by Avondale Kendja


Can’t be right to hold me back to push me forwardThen or Now.I was meant to find my own way,But a perpetual show masked true intentionsI wonder ..
The Man

The Man

A Chapter by Vex Dumas


The story of a man told trough metaphors and complexions. Expressed in the form of free writing.
Call You A Monster

Call You A Monster

A Poem by Nashville Rose


Monsters aren't what they seem. But then again, neither were we.
Shadows & Dust

Shadows & Dust

A Poem by BarryL


Anonymity and the masks we wear
Dry Pool

Dry Pool

A Story by Markey


A dream I had during an afternoon nap on November 5th, 2015.