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  • 1. Two Faces By: Nathanael Dungan I’ve grown accustomed to putting on a happy face. To always make them laugh. Nothing but smiles and jokes so everyone goes away happy. But when I am all alone that mask comes off. Underneath it is different. It is not so much an unhappy face but rather a more serious one. The face is scarred with hurt and disappointments from the past.Not clean and unblemished like the other. This face shows signs of fear and concern about the future. The face shows more emotions than strictly joy and happiness. A wide variety on any given day. There is so much more depth on this face than the happy one. But people love a clown and to have an excellent time. So that is the face I wear most. It helps people hide their faces that they don’t want to share.

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