Author: Sally Riché

God➕ Mom| Bro October 93 Haitian Blogger Linguist Poet Psychology student

They kept falling For the idea of her Not knowing That behind this angelic face Reigned the worst demons – Sally Riché

Masquerade ball

Masquerade ball

            It’s crazy, This world we live in. Where our looks condemn us, And society’s eyes are our judges.   Where we dress to impress, Falsify our emotions, Wear well designed masks, To not face exclusion.   We want to fit in. We get faded, Wasted, To be accepted.   …

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Others’ Eyes

Others’ Eyes

Looking in the mirror, We recognize our true selves. But what others see when they look at us, Is something else. Preconceived ideas, senseless clichés, Deform how we see each other. And although we hate being judged ourselves, We don’t mind doing it to one another. We put labels on people’s face. Classify them, depending …

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