Xara Smith


The Poem Of Depression


The depression that fills our lives
The depression that breaks our hearts
The depression that hates our body
The depression that kills our souls

Submitted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013

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When i was very depressed i wrote this. What is meant by it is that the depression filled my life with its self, the depression broke my heart and i was devastated by it, the depression that killed my body self harm destroyed my body, the depression that killed my soul i have no feelings i have no soul.

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