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wisdom

The Truth Beneath The Masks We Wear.

Have I become so comfortable in my discomfort, so accustomed to dying in my daily living, that I now embody a midnight mask to replace the false cheeriness of my childhood's plight? And what if I am not either or, but both, strands of black and gold that weave the web of my spider's heart?

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poetry

The Girl She Was. {poetry}

But her mystery lay stored and obscured beneath To get to it She had to dive deep And she did She did it without breathing for a while. Below the surface of those pools, treading heavy truths, even heavier fears She found no mask or thin disguise worth keeping after all these years She  ...

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poetry

The Barrage. {poetry}

Walls are heavy and impenetrable, while freedom is light as a feather and infinite… yet it can be hard to carry. Maybe because it can lift you like a bird to unimaginable heights and unknown places we otherwise would never reach.

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