Depression Poems - Page 3

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  1. Behind This Face

    Hiding Your True Feelings When Suffering From Depression

    Behind this calm face there is a raging storm,
    Like a war in my head since the day I was born.

    Behind this smile there is a lonely sad frown,

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  3. A Prayer By Me

    A Final Plea For Help

    No one knows what I feel today
    Or that I'm dying inside.
    No one knows the pain I'm in,
    For it's nothing a smile can't hide.

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  4. Depression Blues

    • By Tina M. Casalvera
    • Published: June 8, 2020
    Poem About Struggle With Bipolar Depression

    My head is not right today.
    I have no idea why it's this way.

    It switches from one thought to another.

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  6. Wake Up, Repeat

    The Daunting Feelings Of Everyday Depression

    She looks in the mirror, and what does she see?
    Something frail, broken, and unfree.
    She sees the pain swollen in her eyes.
    She sees the cuts she marked on her thighs.

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  7. Taking It Day By Day

    • By Vincent Ramos
    • Published: February 2009

    Each day I live, the pain consumes
    What little sanity I have bloomed,
    Like walking in a cloud of fog
    Falling down, sinking into smog.

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    Hi Anamika!
    I'm really sorry that you have to go through the same thing that I've had to struggle with. You're right! It can be very awkward to tell your parents about your depression! The...

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  8. Demons Inside

    • By Aimee Jones
    • Published: March 2017
    Trying To Explain Depression

    It's hard to explain those
    demons inside,
    the daily struggle,
    the daily ride.

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    This poem really catches something in me. I'm 17 and have struggled with depression since I was around 12. Diagnosed when I was 15 and hospitalized twice for trying to end my life. Depression...

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  10. The Masks I Wear

    • By Evelyn Barrera
    • Published: March 2018
    The Truth Behind The Mask

    "You're always smiling."
    "You're always laughing."
    "How can you be happy all the time?"

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    Hi, I’m 13, and I have clinical depression. This poem honestly made me feel like someone finally gets what I go through on a day-to-day basis. I am constantly expected to have this mask. Then...

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  11. You Are My Victim

    He traps me like a prisoner.
    Never lets me see the light.
    Never lets me go.
    He keeps me up at night.

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    I can relate to this poem. I hate every second of my life because I stay in this house and am used. Please, if you are reading this, stop and pray for my soul.

  12. The War Within You

    • By Ryann A. Cave
    • Published: February 2018
    Overcoming Anger And Depression

    Confusion sets in.
    My mind is a blur.
    Overthinking too much,
    So hard to endure.

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  13. Dead Inside

    Pretending To Make It Through Life

    She may seem alive
    But she's dead inside.
    How can one live
    When the important things died?

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    This hit me hard. This is exactly what I felt every day. Without my "friends" I had nothing to think about. I felt numb. With them I can't think about what's happening inside my head.

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