Poems About: DEPRESSION
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Hurt very much
I feel it when someone break my heart
I feel down and be by myself read more »Christina Phan
Depression follows me,
It took me to the darkness.
Depression is the one
That makes me hurt myself. read more »Jessica Hernandez (teardrop)
87.Depression: '(Amber Burkett
88.A state of depression
Speak out my dear
Why hath thou in a state of depression?
Speak out my dear
I stand here waiting for thy confession read more »Sylvia Chidi
89.Reality of Reality
When people say ‘reality check’
I think of depression and struggle,
Those two words: depression and
Struggle well they pretty much sum up read more »Michaella Phillips
90.Depression's Desperate Name
Depression's Desperate Name
How hard my heart does reel! read more »Myrtle Thomas
91.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. read more »Amy Louise Kerswell
I feel as if I have been abandoned
Even though there are people all around me.
I can only feel the depression sinking in deeper and deeper
it's a disease, spreading through my veins, read more »Heart of Ice Die Die Die
Just having a bad day?
Just want to escape?
Feel to stressed to even think? read more »Jessica Smith
94.Villanelle on Depression
Depression is a fact of life for me.
As much a part of life as food and air,
It hovers like a dreaded entity. read more »Beatrice Dahlen
Blackbirds on wings of air
carrying my soul away
Into the depth of depression
Picking away at my heart strings read more »Weeping Willow
96.A Dark World
Depression is a dark hole in your heart it never leaves, it will alwys stay with you until you die.
Depression is a fight you never win you try and try but some how you lose everything dear to you.
Depression is a world were your stuck its so lonely.you have no friends, no family, no air, you wish you could just die.
Depression a pain that hurts you inside and outside. read more »Amanda Bruner