Aric Beers


Just Generally Happy


What to write, what to say
So many thing on my mind today
There's this and that and all of those
Serious stuff or catching shows
But what's really fun is how I feel
All this joy is so very real
Gone is fear and gone is pain
The Son chased away the rain
Now I'm free and overjoyed
My depression has been destroyed
So what more is there that I can write
To write it all would take all night
I can't wait to share it all with you
So glad with depression I am through

Submitted: Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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Thanks to all you fellow poets who put up with my long stream of depressing poems. I'm really glad that I can start writing some fun ones again.

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