Treasure Island

Amy Louise Kerswell

(4/6/87 / Bath)

You can run but you can't hide!


I am the runner who does try to hide.
But no matter how far you run you just can't hide.
Depression and dark thought do get me still,
I can't take it all in my stride.
Depression lingers at my side.
On a never ending slide.

Depression makes me numb.
I may aswell be dumb.
I can not feel.
My heart it wants to steal.

My soul it has taken and broken.
My body and mind it has invaded.
Depression please fade.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 09, 2008

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  • Is It Poetry (12/9/2008 12:01:00 PM)

    The bottom of the well to dwell in such a place is hell....wonderfull reminder....Very good write.. (Report) Reply

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