She sat at her bed, alone.
Another day over.
Another day she survived.
She took off the mask and put it aside.
The mask she wore everyday.
The mask she used to fool everyone.
The mask with a happy face.
There it waited for the next morning.
For she would need it again.
Another day to survive.
But that was tomorrow.
Now she went to sleep, unmasked.

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