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Monday, November 12, 2012

Masks - Shel Silverstein

13 comments:

Lubaina E. said...

Lovin' the poetry choice.
Notin' it down :)

quartertoinsane said...

:)

Daniyal said...

Sigh. This Is Really Awesome Poetry. :')

quartertoinsane said...

can you try to be not miserable for a while?

M said...

Heyyy,

My goodness girl you found the picture that truly signifies what goes around your whole life without anyone breaking the norm.

Wearing masks too big to look thru the eyes of the mask.

Zeba said...

:-(

Zeba said...

You got mistaken for a girl!! :P

quartertoinsane said...

@M: No 4th
@Zeba: She's the fourth person to do that... and why the sad face?

Sana said...

Haha.... Even I mistook you for a girl and that went on for a year or so I guess. Will read your post jab picture load hogi.

Sana said...

Uff... I love this poem :-) I have read it before.

quartertoinsane said...

hahahah, i know :D :P you are the reason that facebook badge is here :P

glad you like it :D

Hakuna Matata said...

I just love Shel Silverstien's poems.H wrote for children mostly.He reinforces the belief that if anything can't be simplified for a kid,its not worth understanding.And the illustration is awesome too.Nice share.

quartertoinsane said...

I felt it was more for adults than for children... the subjects and topics mostly concern adults, as in we make them issues not the children. thanks :)