Depression Poems - Page 2

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  1. 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.

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  3. Cries

    Not Being Able To Tell Anyone How You Feel

    I feel the tears fall as I lay here and cry.
    Nobody knows that all my happiness is a lie.

    You see, I can't really smile; I haven't in a while.

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  4. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. Lost In Pain

    • By Steff
    • Published: January 2017
    Trying To Hide My Feelings

    Anger. Pain.
    It's getting harder to hide
    All the feelings I've built up inside.

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    I totally understand you. I am always putting up masks so no one really knows how I really feel or what I'm really dealing with. And it's dragging me down, and it's like I'm being pulled down...

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