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  1. Invisible Advantage

    • By Zeana Romanovna
    • Published: December 2015

    The world around is falling
    Life is vanishing
    People run past
    The cries they scream are gone

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  3. It's The True Me All Along

    • By Alyssia Elbaor
    • Published: July 2009

    Tears fell from the sky, hate steamed down my cheek, anger, pain, kept inside.
    No one to cry, but me.
    Heaven above, hell below.
    I looked in the mirror ugly showed. ...

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  4. I Hide

    • By Nikki A. Bruley
    • Published: May 2017
    Feeling Worthless

    Due to my twisted sense of pride
    Having no one in which to confide
    Taught to never show the tears I've cried
    Many times wishing I had died

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    I hear you loud and clear, my friend. I'm 40 years old and there is not one living soul who knows the TRUE me, and that's really sad. I have a mother, father, brothers, sisters, husband, and...

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  6. Dancing In The Rain

    Poem About Seeking Help For Depression

    You've had those feelings... you wish your life was done.
    You're broken, defeated, and overcome.
    Each day more challenging than the last.
    Moments of weakness...emotions consistently masked.

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    Beautiful. Starting with pessimistic feelings, ending optimistically. True.
    Friends can change our lives for the better. Life is not to suffer, but to enjoy. How Is left to us to...

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  7. When You Look At Me

    • By Mary
    • Published: February 2017
    I'm Not The Person You See

    When you look at me,
    What do you see?
    I bet if you look deep enough
    You would see right through me.

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    • Rating 4.37
  8. Lost And Found

    • By Nicola
    • Published: April 2018
    A Family Coping With Depression

    Lost - a mother depended on for everything
    Found - a father who helped make us more decisive

    Lost - a mother quick witted and kind

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    I almost lost a friend to suicide, but the doctors saved him. It was basically an attempt. He lives in North Carolina, but I couldn't just walk to North Carolina because I live in West...

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  10. Prisoner Of My Thoughts

    • By Grace P.
    • Published: July 2017
    Being Controlled By Your Thoughts

    Why do I feel like no one understands?
    Is this supposed to be God's master plan?
    Am I supposed to feel so alone?
    Feeling like this should not be condoned.

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  11. The Monster

    There's a monster inside of me, eating away at my smile,
    He takes all my sadness and makes a file.

    These files are all stacked up in my brain.

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  12. Silence

    • By Shaelynn M.
    • Published: March 2017

    Silence is the loudest thing
    I have ever heard.

    It consumes you like you

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  13. Hope For A Rainy Day

    • By Daniella C. Nowicki
    • Published: June 2017
    Feelings During Recovery From Depression

    I am suspended above the sky,
    Longing to feel the earth beneath my feet.

    I clasp your hand - to hold on tight.

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