Ellie Nazza

    Poems by Ellie Nazza

  • My Mask

    • Published: June 2011
    Hiding Grief

    in Grief Poems

    Every morning I wake up and put on a mask.
    The mask makes everything seem all right,
    But they don't know I cry at night.
    The nightmares just won't go away.

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    I wear a mask every day. After my mother’s death, everyone thought I handled it the best. I cry at night and pretend I'm all right. My friends know the depressing story, and I know the guilty...

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  • The Person Behind Those Beautiful Brown Eyes

    • Published: September 2015

    in Betrayal Poems

    I trusted you,
    when you told me it wasn't true,
    I didn't know that behind those beautiful brown eyes
    was a person capable of telling all these lies.

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    Best friend's before anything,
    or so I thought.
    How could you pretend to love me?
    Was the urge that much?
    How messed up do you have to be
    to sleep with your best friend,
    knowing it...

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