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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. 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. 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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  6. 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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  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 Do Feel Everything

    • By Jillian J. Schudiske
    • Published: May 21, 2020
    Not Being Able To Speak Out About My Depression

    I feel like there is nowhere to go.
    I feel like I can't get out.
    I feel like there is no one I can show.
    I feel like I can't shout.

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  10. 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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