Poems About: DEPRESSION
Poems on / about :
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depression hurts the most when you lose one that was near.
it hurts even more when you live in nothing but fear.
you sit there running threw all the bad thoughts in your mind.
its hard to forget it all and leave it behind. read more »brandon kosiarski
She sat tight in the corner with her head on her knees,
As she quietly begged, let me kill myself please.
With a knife tightly gripped in her left hand,
Life as she thought was not going as she planned. read more »sidney hall (The Mad Poet)
315.This is My Confession
Depression is a sickness I possess deep within my soul.
The cause of this depression I don't really know. read more »Elizabeth Kuykendall
For all the pain i feel inside
makes me dull as ever...
suffered from depression and
anger but promised to never... read more »Frances Lugtu
over the warm lips
the sudden poisen
kills the happiness read more »Erin Hanson
318.DID YOU KNOW?
Do you know about me.
i live inside you braking you down,
keeping you from your family, making you feel like you are worthless
making you feel like life is not worth living. read more »darlene adams
Looking down at the floor
seeing the blood stains.
I see the razors lying around
I can't believe who i used to be. read more »Ben mcelfresh
Left behind and rejected
It's lonely in my room
Snow falls silently to the ground
The world will be burried soon read more »Alice Yelinsky
321.Overwhelming emotions! ! !
Misery, depression, anger, pain
Confusing emotions engulf me again
I try so hard to just break free read more »Becky Ginn
What is pain?
An ill constructed metamorphosis
Of rationality gone sour?
Good for nothing other than read more »Mathew Lewis
323.River Of Tears
The black cloud of depression raises its ugly head once more
This means I have another struggle to face
One day I know I will eventually win my war
But in the meantime I try to keep it in its place read more »Hazel Hirst
324.Nowhere left to fall
I have no where left to fall.
Except to the clutches of depression and suicide.
Oh my dear God how life can seem like a slide.
I can't fall anywhere soft. read more »Amy Louise Kerswell