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Clinical Depression Poems

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

Premium Member Getting Older
She’d been depressed at seeing how her parents had aged in just a couple of years. She hadn’t really contemplated time much before, it had...

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Categories: age, angst, boyfriend, depression,

The Mind Or the Soul
The Wall Street Journal recently reviewed Allan Horwitz's book, "DSM: A History of Psychiatry's Bible", which claims that 'DSM', the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of...

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Categories: depression, god, jesus, spiritual,

The Monster Mine
When looking into the mind's mirror
All that's found is fear there

Peering into that dark place
Not recognizing the face

Lurking there's the daemon, the monster
Yet some still...

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Categories: depression, analogy, anger, angst, anxiety,

A Counsel House
A counsel house 
	Head Office?
	It's in Dover,
	Well that's depressing in itself!
	Smiley faces and OMG's to the fore.

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© Tim Riding  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, depression, funny,

Premium Member The Shattered Heart
The heart aches with pain of betrayal...

Trusted thoughts, secrets, desires were handed over delicately, hesitantly, carefully…

To the gentle healer…

Full of kindness, tenderness, gentleness...

The secrets of...

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Categories: depression, heart, heartbreak, heartbroken,

Premium Member Depression Or Anxiety
(Seems that these days a whole lot of people suffer from anxiety and depression. Now whether that's a reflection on our world and society, whether...

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© Uwe Stroh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, angst, depression, mental

Lost Part 3
At this time he lacks key attributes and skills, 
this contributes to getting lost through valleys and hills,
sweating in the heat, in the cold he...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, depression, lost,

Premium Member ''Melancholy,'' Or Clinical Depression
Melancholy is hell;
it drains the life and soul.
But I survive to tell
you that I'm in control

of this dreadful disease—
with med's I got it beat!
So can...

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Categories: depression,

When will I understand protection is a unconscious mutation
Feeding off a unmanned ego while angels and demons cause aberration
The scab is bleeding and sliding off...

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Categories: dark, depression,

The Last Call To You
After the Last LastCall
everything should undoubtedly END.
Put plans aside, take a stroll:
nothing completely drives round the bend.

After the last sigh of Hope
words will dry out...

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Categories: allegory, cry, depression, faith,

The Healing Bridge
I sit curled and hidden under my bridge
My place to think, my comfort dwelling
To calm myself from unsympathetic panic and anxiety

My untouchable place, a place...

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© David Bull  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confusion, depression, hope,

Premium Member The Cry Marathon
I woke up that morning and began to cry
and cry and cry and cry and cry.
I stayed in my home the entire day
because I couldn't...

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Categories: depression, cry,

It was a day or two before the smells came
Silent moments of déjà vu
In which the walls whitened in sympathy
The tiles laughing their cracked guilt


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Categories: angst, depression, me,

A Nurses Apology
Its the silence I am surrounded by,
a hundred people,
waiting patiently to die.
Their little rooms of beds,
neat little rooms,
colors full of life,
so contradictory to  the...

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Categories: death, depression, life, losshope,

I have fallen into a very deep well
Where darkness and despair do dwell.
There's slime and mildew on the wall
How I got here...I don't recall.

Somewhere I...

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Categories: angst, depression, introspection,

Book: Shattered Sighs