Behind Her Mask (Edit)

Behind Her Mask (Edit)

A Poem by Hiroshi Masters

Behind her mask

Behind her mask
Unknown to the limelight
She has hidden her face,
Stranger in a crowd
I see sparks in her eyes
Closeness of her lips,
In a mysterious disguise
She's in a damsel distress,

Behind her mask,
She smiles and laughed
With her mesmerizing eyes
We've finally met in person,
Without any clues,
Her pink lips sealed
Lip-locking onto mine
Walked away without
An identity.

I chased after her,
Wonder where she left,
A perfect harmony in my heart
Now, seems like missing piece

Wonder who she really is,
Behind her mask,
After we'll find each other,
Inside of party night
Don't know if we'll meet in same place,

She could be somewhere,
Out there in a crowded place
With a mask in her face,
Finding some answers.

© 2015 Hiroshi Masters


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I enjoyed the poem. The feel of mystery and the search in the words.
"She could be somewhere,
Out there in a crowded place
With a mask in her face,
Finding some answers."
In the mist and the eagerness of the chase. We make the meeting more wonderful. Nice ending to a excellent poem.
Coyote

Posted 4 Years Ago


This reminds me of Cinderella :)
There were a few grammar mistakes, for example, "She hidden her face." It should be, "She has hidden her face." Maybe read it over slowly once or twice, you'll probably catch them.
Keep up the good writing!

Posted 4 Years Ago


Hiroshi Masters

4 Years Ago

haha thank you! I wrote it too fast so yeah.

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Added on November 17, 2015
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Hiroshi Masters
Hiroshi Masters

Bulacan, Philippines



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