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"depression"

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"depression"

desperation and despair,
they rip my brain,
while tearing it asunder.

as i look at the world,
little stands in my way,
from believing it all a blunder.

its rash its cold,
this earthly mold,
it binds me here,
while i run with tears.

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  1. Date: 6/25/2010 8:39:00 PM
    i have to say, i hate to make enemies, and this is the first time i get a friend got an insult :) glad it happened though. thanks for the comment, -charlie-

  1. Date: 6/25/2010 4:17:00 PM
    wonderful,, enjoyed,,,by the way yes i am brown my dady is white,, loved your comment,, (((rap retards trying to perform poetry)))... you got me good on that one.. better than Amy's slam to me.. By the way it is all fun and games..i mean nothing on the things I say,,,thank you for your honest comment,..Sidney LeeAnn

  1. Date: 6/23/2010 11:22:00 AM
    you know..... i don't even remember writing this.... i know i did, i just don't remember it

  1. Date: 6/23/2010 11:04:00 AM
    your poem feels mentally paralyzing and quite dark. It's such a terrible epidemic. Thank you bunches for you comment on my poem self-love.. I was in an upbeat mode when i wrote it and contrasts this poem here. Isn't it amazing how a mood can color our whole world? Love, Susan

  1. Date: 5/14/2010 8:47:00 PM
    Again a lonely sad poem. If it is personal Charles then the writing may help, if not, then you can certainly get in character. The emotion is evident...cheers Margaret