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Sunday, 23 December 2007
02:46:27 PM (GMT)
The Mask  
 By Sandra Jayne from 

This mask I wear,
she serves me well,
she hides my pain,
so they can't tell.

They see her smile,
never my tears,
she shows no sorrow,
she fights all my fears.

They believe she is me,
if only they knew,
that she is my mask,
my saviour too.

My scars she hides,
behind laughter and lies,
she say's she is fine,
but slowly she dies.

 By Katie Klopfer 

Whispers in my mind, 
telling me all thats kind, 
Traveling thru my soul, 
reaching up to hold. 

Whispers thru the night, 
not saying whats wrong or right, 
seaping into my head. 
All the words that were said.

Whispers always saying, 
in my mind they are playing. 
Songs to soothe the body and mind. 
Simple pleasures to remind. 

Whispers running thru my being, 
thoughts of you, my mind is seeing. 
All my love for you to be guaranteeing. 
The whispers to you will be always agreeing.

 If I find anything else worth putting here-I will 

sniper06 says:   24 December 2007   761321  
a really good poem
rainydays says:   27 December 2007   315198  
Those poems are awesome! You know what you should add? Um..okay well
I don't know what it's called, but it goes like this (it's a

The apparition of these faces in the crowd
petals on a wet black bow
rainydays says:   28 December 2007   411199  
Made a mistake, it's...

The apparition of these faces in the crowd
Petals on a wet, black bough
FaithfulChristian says :   29 December 2007   733649  
Oh gee, niiice.
I like it. 


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