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  1. Remember Our Daughters

    • By Eric
    • Published: November 2014
    Poem About Helping Someone With Depression

    I have often been thin. Not skinny or scat
    I'm not overly large... I hate the word fat.
    I'm 50 years young, full of vim and vigour,
    And this menopause, it's taking some figure.

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  3. Fear

    Closing in on my emotions, I fear unforgiving consequences await me,
    The portrait of a man distressed by his own solitude.

    The calm before the brutal inevitable,...

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  4. 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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  6. 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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