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Loneliness Depression Poems

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

Premium Member Dancing with the Plague
Entombed in apartments
Vanished behind our surgeon masks, eyes darting
Fidgeting for meaning
Pacing living rooms
Like Flintstone reruns trapped on ME TV

While in the cobblestone valley of downtown

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Categories: dance, depression, fear, loneliness,

Premium Member I'll See Myself Out
It was a whisper to his mate as they gawked.
It was no secret. Everyone thought it. 
“That one was rode hard and put up wet.”

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Categories: addiction, depression, discrimination, humanity,

Friday of March 2019
It was a Friday when I first encountered a panic attack. I was sitting still and then I wasn't. I could feel my heart cracking....

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Categories: depression, anxiety, blue, crush, dark,

Alone Im Lonely
I’m sitting alone,
As I do...
I’m chilling in my zone,
Feeling too often blue.

Always stuck in my head,
In an emotional stew.
It’s like a loose thread,
Being pulled through...


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Categories: conflict, deep, depression, feelings,

How did my Nanny know of the horrors that went on in our home?  Was it the palpable fear in my eyes, or her...

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Categories: depression, abuse, angel, anti bullying,

Before now
Times gone, forgotten
Left in the past
Harsh winds of life
Have broken my mast.

Swept no direction
Lost in my pain
Thoughts of happiness
Now a faded old stain. 

Corners of...

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Categories: depression,

Hurting Invisibly
when you look at me
you can see straight through
you may bump into me
you'll just keep walking
even if i drop everything
so i walk through these halls

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Categories: angst, depression, loneliness,

in a world so full yet so empty, many of us lose interest in ourselves. 
i forgot who i was before my illness and i...

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Categories: depression, anxiety,

My Future Fate
I keep on observing couples pass me by oh so merrily,
Getting me all perked up, but at the same time, a bit of jealousy
I am...

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Categories: depression, funeral, future, hope,

Life's Walk
Why do I keep walking on by?
Past everything that could define my soul.
It’s like life and I don’t see each other eye to eye.

Sometimes we...

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Categories: 11th grade, depression, loneliness,

Come, You: the death poem of Ranier Maria Rilke
Come, You
by Ranier Maria Rilke
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Come, you?the last one I acknowledge; return?
incurable pain searing this physical mesh.
As I burned in the...

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Categories: cancer, death, depression, fire,

I was born to be a survivor and a fighter.
That's why I became a writer.
As a child the physical abuse I endured.
Being a baby it...

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Categories: depression, absence, abuse, addiction, anger,

Dream of Infinity
Dream of Infinity
by Michael R. Burch

Have you tasted the bitterness of tears of despair?
Have you watched the sun sink through such pale, balmless air
that your...

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Categories: confusion, depression, dream, farewell,

Feeling left out, all alone. It seems as if this won’t end soon.
So far away from reality, moons and moons yet still not amused.
Reaching out,...

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Categories: depression, 11th grade, absence, anxiety,

The walk of life
Ever alone i walk the path
Barely seeing barely feeling
All that remains is ever lasting night
Old yet new pain the only change,
Why does it hurt 

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Categories: depression, loneliness, lonely,

Premium Member Night
I only write what I feel
No big deal
What kind it is , don't care
Who likes it who don't
Some people just won't
To get rich,
Don't have that...

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Categories: depression,

I left my heritage n followed
Walking in a water i couldnt see the depth
I danced in the hungry ocean with my tender self stepping in...

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Categories: depression, adventure, africa, character, confidence,

Imperfect Sonnet
Imperfect Sonnet
by Michael R. Burch

A word before the light is doused: the night
is something wriggling through an unclean mind,
as rats creep through a tenement. And...

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Categories: confusion, culture, depression, grief,

Premium Member Weeping alone
Weep not all alone
Love is a heart beat away
Share a few with me...

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Categories: cry, depression, heartbroken, loneliness,

Premium Member Not That You Asked
Not that you asked,
or ever would feel free to inquire,
yet perhaps you grow ready to listen
to a voice inviting exit
from your,
and our,
long loneliness,
isolation so shelled-over,

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Categories: depression, environment, health, humanity,