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Donna Caldwell

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Depression Is an Illness


Depression is an illness
You don’t just feel depressed
You cannot eat
You cannot sleep
When you’re feeling overstressed

Depression is an illness
You don’t just feel depressed
You cannot cope
You have no hope
When you’re feeling overstressed

Depression is an illness
You don’t just feel depressed
You always cry
You want to die
When you’re feeling overstressed

Depression is an illness
You don’t just feel depressed
Please seek advice
It could save your life
When you’re feeling overstressed

Submitted: Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Edited: Monday, August 22, 2011

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