Poems About: DEPRESSION
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301.This is it...
Depression is when you can't sleep and you get so bored looking at your roof, that you spend week’s nights contemplating what to do with it only to find that you wouldn't have enough determination to do it.
Depression isn't always suicide. It’s obvious to only you. And always will be my way of life. It makes you gain weight, lose weight, not eat, eat too much. It has a feeling of death. It kills you even if you have the best things in the world.
Depression is no family, real friends or a love life. It’s the broken pieces of your heart. It’s the twisted sense of time. It’s seeing happiness everywhere you go. It’s hoping to survive and having no hope as well.
Depression isn't contemplating suicide, but wishing you were already there. It’s losing an enthusiasm for something you once loved. It’s when you hate yourself for no reason at all. It’s the hatred of your family you don’t even know. read more »justine spohn
302.DEEPEST DEPRESSION (REVISED)
Staring at the walls...at the pictures that hang there
each photo...of it all
each step of our relationship..that started, with lust, wanting and care
the last picture that is hung read more »krissi b'williams
Depression is like being alone for years.
Depression is like that hopefullness getting crushed.
Depression is were you get stood up.
Depression is a hole that you can't get out of. read more »Jennifer Ortiz
304.Love Fought Back
Love fought back my depression
I thought love was not aggressive
But here it is fighting back
While i sit here and enjoy a snack? read more »Iruuka Blackheart
I feel so depressed all around I see people smiling and laughing enjoying every little thing in there life.
I look around and ask my self 'why can't that be me? '
I try and try to get out of my depression.
It hurts me to see you knowing you love me and care. read more »Nicole Donoghue
Many times people hit depression,
Depression then turns into aggression
That releases on others giving the wrong impression
That turns into a hard lesson. read more »Brandon Vasquez
307.My Mothers Cry
I write as if I know you,
But never quite sure who you are.
I feel the need to write you dear,
Yet the words are all too far. read more »Autumn Appleton
I see you sitting there
Without a care
I know what you are thinking... read more »Hannah Unknownnnnnn
As the rain makes contact with my face and slides down my cheek
It disguises my tears
And washes them away
So that no-one sees them emerge from my eyes read more »Dillon Keuthonymos Crawford
depression sets in
seeps down in my bones
i know it will win
this thought drives the sadness home read more »katey farmer
311.Castle of Thought
Cold stone bricks,
A Castle of thought,
Holding feelings of myself
A cold starving prisoner. read more »Heath Harrington
Who am i meeting today?
Is it Fury? Rage? Pain?
im hosting Depression, anger, read more »Chelsea Pieterse