Master of the Masks

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K

Ktan

Guest
#1
Everyday is the same
You smile in such pain
Fooling everyone around you
With those masks you wear

But really... I know
You're crying inside
Trying hard to hide

But I am you
And you are me
No point in playing hide and seek

Silently you wish for someone
Someone to understand
And yet... your are afraid
Afraid of being rejected
Cast out into the world
Alone and unprotected

These masks make you look happy
But behind you're aching within
You wish to tear off your masks
But...at the same time... you do not

Time passes by
You seem to not care
People don't know your grief
But I do completely

You can't escape from me
I know every pain you suffer
The one who will always know them
The Master of the Masks...
 

Hydronine

The Murrstress
Roleplay Invitations
One on One Roleplays
Posting Speed
Several Posts a Day, A Few Posts A Day
Writing Levels
Adept, Advanced, Prestige, Douche, Adaptable
Genders You Prefer Playing
No Preferences
Playing Style- Passive or Aggressive
I'm fine with doing both, but it depends on the situation and how comfortable I am with the RP, plot, or subject matter of the RP.
Favorite Genres
Scifi, Fantasy, Modern, Magical, Horror, Noir, apocalyptic, Grimdark, yaoi, yuri, anything really.
Genre You DON'T Like
Uhhh..... That's hard.
#2
I love that!

I love the stanzas and cadence. The wording is awesome and this part is my favorite

"Silently you wish for someone
Someone to understand
And yet... your are afraid
Afraid of being rejected
Cast out into the world
Alone and unprotected"
 
A

Acquariana

Guest
#3
Ah, a sad one. :[ I personally liked it because I can relate (there's a lot of those people in high school, hahah).
 
C

Captain Nic

Guest
#4
Ah, yes. The masks that people wear everyday to preserve their egos.

Which reminds me, I'm currently taking a course in effective communications. Most of the street cred one earns comes from how well he/she expresses himself.