Masks, A Cover Up

Many Hats of a Lady

maskWhen you hear the word Mask you immediately think of Halloween or a Masquerade Ball or maybe even the sport Fencing. Masks come in all shape and sizes. They can make you beautiful as a Princess or horrid as a monster. They are used to cover, hide, and protect. When you wear a mask you get to be someone else. The mask covers who you are. For instance, a masquerade ball was a place where the wealthy came for a social event and they wore masks. It was an exciting time to be mysterious and intriguing, dashing or daring without anyone knowing who they were. Women could be flirtatious; men could be bold, the night held a place of secrecy.

There is another mask that a lot of us wear unware called an invisible mask. A mask that hides and protects, not letting anyone see the real us. Sometimes, we…

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