Six Word Story

My makeup cannot mask my pain.

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  1. Kitty Jade

    I do not wear makeup. Metaphorically it takes off the perception that I’m perfect, but physically aswell. Makeup should not be used as a disguise, but an expression.

  2. Peace Joy and Wellness

    I totally feel this. I watch my daughter go through all her emotions in make up, and coloring her hair. It is cyclical with her. The hair changes with each mood swing. Today she bought dark blue. It is all about pain. And when she feels it, I see and feel it. Thank you for sharing PoojaG.

  3. Adeline Writes

    Hi there! I got a but lost in your blog after I saw you like a poem from mine. I love condensed forms of fiction, so these six word stories caught my eye immediately.

    This one in particular is phenomenal. I’ve been having a hell of a day today, if the poem you saw is any indication—this piece really speaks to me.

    Cheers, love. May we be kind to ourselves in our moments of suffering.
    ~Adeline

    • PoojaG

      Thank you so much and this was written when I was having one of those days as well and I’m glad you can relate and understand what it feels like.

      All the best!

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