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Author’s Note: I wrote this when I felt extremely low and like no one really understood my pain. I got to thinking, and they do. In fact, depression isn’t noticed in the workplace and is often seen as weakness. I … Continue reading
Have you realized What I am trying to say? This sickness–well, this sickness Isn’t going away. – Maybe you’ve never heard of it. It’s more common than you think. A sickness of the mind, A sickness of the head; So … Continue reading
arrows in my chest, biting cold on my neck. it never felt like this before but ever since you left i am no more
The summer sky is alive In its own abyss; Sweaty foreheads and swollen necks Wish for its refreshing kiss Of summer rain, Of summer sky. But oh, I don’t know Where summer will fly.
I fell asleep To buzzing bumblebees Brightly shining their lights down open streets; To the sparkling indigo sky That waved me goodbye. – Throughout the night Several hundred butterflies Carried me To the comfort of a dream Slowly but surely. – And now … Continue reading
My world was encompassed by light; Blinding light, I’d say. So much that I had to shield my eyes And hope for it to go away. – The evening would be the same, The night would be the same. Blinding … Continue reading