You Took Away My Mask, - Poem by Andrew Sutcliffe
You took away my mask,
Pulled me to air,
Before me, set a task
Said “Do it -
- if you dare”
I said “Sure.
Nothing would please me more! ”
And then my life became a blur.
Just the open door.
She stole my thoughts,
Hid my piece of mind,
And knit our souls like socks.
Where is my life?
I've left all behind.
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