Six Sided Depression - Poem by J.B. Baronda
Was once alone and felt so helpless,
All the things seems to be useless.
This heart that binds all bitter memories,
This eyes whom wish to be blind to all it sees.
It's like the nightmare of your dreams,
The garbage of your stream.
When your escape seems to be a trap,
And your life has been a crap.
You'd just wish that you'd just die now,
Maybe the pain we'll go out somehow.
No, your shriek doesn't help at all,
A sudden push and then you fall.
How I wish I've perfected life,
And everything could have turned out right.
When you feel so dumb,
All your emotions get numb,
Valentine turns black,
It's like suffering from a fatal heart attack.
It's like you're falling,
You are failing.
And all that you did seems so wrong,
Sometimes you wish your life was just a song.
Where everything is right and perfect.
Wherein you have all the love and respect.
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