Gabriel Quezada

Rookie (May 27,1989 / San Jose, CA)

A Shame Full Mask - Poem by Gabriel Quezada

love, happiness, and sorrow pour out of the cuts in my wrists mixed with the blood from my veins, i cut myself so i can end the the sadness i feel when i see the pain in the other peoples eyes, and when they try to hide their pain it makes me feel angry, it makes me want to end their pitiful feelings, they hide their pain with a fake smile that they wear as a mask, just rip off the mask and show your real face, show your real emotions don't be fake, show the world who you really are and stop acting like everyone else. the world needs to see your true identity.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 9, 2010



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