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Depression Abecedarian Poems

These Depression Abecedarian poems are examples of Abecedarian poems about Depression. These are the best examples of Abecedarian Depression poems written by international poets.


My suicide by Kapri Wilmoth
Again I slide my blade through my pale skin
Blood flows freely from my wrist 
Cuts are scattered across my body
Despair darkens my soul
Empty eyes stare...

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Categories: death, depression,

I tried by Jennifer Donnay


I tried to care, it was too much to bear, 
I tried to let go from your hug, I slipped and didn't care,
Now I lay...

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Categories: abuse, bereavement, depression, eulogy,



My Serenity by Mariah Lopez
After my life fell onto black days and down in a dark hole of nothingness,
Before I knew you wanted something to do with me after...

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Categories: love,

Premium MemberAddicted by Laura Loo
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Addicted...
Betrayed by my excess
Caught and restricted
Deniably distressed
Ever since that Thursday
Friday came too soon
Guilty in the worst way
Hung out under pains...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, conflict, depression,

Premium MemberComplicated by Laura Loo
Answers left more questions,
But lately I'm all wrong,
Continuing suggestions,
Daydreams to our song,
Even though you're above,
Forgiveness I have given,
Gripping for your love,
Held inside your prison,
Intellect enhanced,
Jerking...

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Categories: addiction, confusion, death, depression,

Motionless by Madi Walker
She arose from bed, in dead of night.
Darkness filling the mind of youth,
her eyes cold as blades surround. 

The wind howling in the depth of...

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Categories: bullying, care, change, confusion,

Within Me by Annie Justice
I longed to belong.
Just one friend would be nice.
I want to know what it feels like to have - that special bond with someone.
I guess...

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Categories: absence, depression, life, lost,