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darlene adams


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.
keep you at a low.
keep you from going anywhere, make you feel bad inside and out.
keep you from all things, do they even know what i am saying.


i am call depression i can and will make your life a living hell.
all you want to do is stay in your room, even your family has not a clue.
i am a bad thing...i have drug you down, have you fought with your family.
nothing you say will come out right, or do.
do you think they are going to stop and see the signs, i don't think so


NOW ALL YOU HAVE IS ME..I AM YOUR FAMILY.


SIGN DEPRESSION...........

Submitted: Saturday, October 27, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, April 20, 2011
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