Top 100 Poems About: DEPRESSION
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.Just Get Over It (Depression Depression Depression Depression)
'Just get over it, ' they say
I wish I could find a way
Living with it day by day
Memories won't go away read more »Udiah (witness to Yah)
2.'Depression Makes Me.......'
Depression makes me feel pain
Depression makes me stupid
Depression makes me feel low
Depression makes me mad read more »Annie Juliet
3.Pantoum Of The Great Depression
Our lives avoided tragedy
Simply by going on and on,
Without end and with little apparent meaning.
Oh, there were storms and small catastrophes. read more »Donald Justice
4.Depression Is A World
Depression is a world
Depression leaves you lost
Depression drops you into a never ending black hole
You want to get help read more »Ferret Girl
5.Depression Isn'T Obvious Suicide Is
Depression isn't obvious but suicide is.
My pain nobody sees.
My my mangled body they shall see.
My head was all but a mess. read more »Amy Louise Kerswell
Depression is like a tidal wave pulling you further in
You don't feel upto facing anyone or anything
Depression is a huge emphasis on feeling sad and low read more »Lauren White
Gets to us all, read more »Claire Page
8.Loneliness And Depression
You have an empty feeling that comes from within
You long to share your feelings but no one will listen
You reach out for open arms, but nobody is there
Your tears fall to the ground, but nobody cares read more »Rebekah Joh
here i sit, and here i cry
my life has gone down the black hole of deep depression
my life has gone down to hell
so now i lie me, down to die read more »Shayli Harris
dissolve the life from within me
you crawl inside of my mind
you want everything
you took the little i had left read more »Scarlet .....
11.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
12.The Depression Of The 1930's
The depression of the 1930's was the time of my childhood days,
There were a lot of worries and hardships in many ways.
Whatever time people could spare, they would help each other out,
Bad times also came when there was a draught. read more »Margaret Rodkey