Treasure Island

Heather Clark


My Depression


Yesterday I made you upset
Today I feel so ungrateful
Tomorrow I'll say I'm sorry

Yesterday I was alone
Today I analyse why
Tomorrow I'll try and forget

Yesterday I said nasty things
Today I cant remember a word
Tomorrow I'll make it up to you

Yesterday I had no energy
Today I'm told I'm lazy
Tomorrow I need to search for motivation

Yesterday I said goodbye
Today I walked out of your life
Tomorrow I'll just have happy memories

Submitted: Sunday, May 20, 2012

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I've had depression since around February 2011. I am overcoming it and with everyday I think about my actions, feelings and how to think positively to move forward. My Fiancé & I ended our 2 1/2 year relationship because he could not cope or understand the symptoms of my depression. This is my 1st poem about my depression

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