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Your Mask

We all wear a mask, whether you choose to admit it or not, you do.  You could be wearing it right now.  By a… 1,042 more words

We Wear The Mask

By: Paul Laurence Dunbar

1872-1906

We wear the mask that grins and lies,
It hides our cheeks and shades our eyes,–
This debt we pay to human guile; 75 more words

Poetry

Life's a Masquerade

Life’s a masquerade.
And you don’t know who
your dancing partner is
until they finally remove
their mask. We walk
around in a dream state… 92 more words

#BlaPoWriMo: Masked Beauty (poem)

In art class we design
African tribal masks—
long, oval faces,
almond eyes, patterns
of diamonds and dashes
painted on noses,
chins, and cheekbones.

Sabine slips her new face… 89 more words

Poetry

Masks: Not Just For Superheroes

Okay, so everyone, unless they’ve never read a word of poetry, has a favorite poem. This one just so happens to be mine. First off I’ll give you a bit of back story. 368 more words

English IV Honors

Shutting the Windows to the Soul: Paul Laurence Dunbar's "We Wear the Mask."

No one particularly enjoys delving into what they feel. As humans, we hide our pains and our sorrows; sometimes because it is easier that way, walking veiled through the world and not burdening other people with our problems. 1,423 more words

Literature

We Wear the Mask

I first tried on the mask that I still wear today when I was in seventh grade. That year was my first attending public school again after I had been to private school for a brief period. 686 more words

College