Tag: depression

The Fifth Stage – A Poem

I was in denial for weeks. I kept trying to pretend everything was okay, that I was all right but I was lying to myself and to those around me who could see through my façade because they knew me so well. Never very… Continue Reading “The Fifth Stage – A Poem”

Within the Dark – A Poem

I am finding myself again. There are pieces of me, hidden within the dark caverns, lost among the trees or   in the cold depths of water. They blink like jewels that have been hidden in the dark. I clutch each jewel to my… Continue Reading “Within the Dark – A Poem”

The Hum of Light – A Poem

There is a light in the forest. I’m called there in my dreams and I can see the light glowing like a star within the trees. I try to follow it, but it avoids me, zipping deeper and deeper into the trees that have… Continue Reading “The Hum of Light – A Poem”

The Power of Words – A Poem

When I open my eyes, I am in the dark forest again. The trees around me sigh as if they are content to have me returned to them. I wander among the trees that I know so well but it is as if I… Continue Reading “The Power of Words – A Poem”

The Circle of the Moon – A Poem

I am sitting outside of the forest. I don’t feel like going in and losing myself within its branches as it whispered sweet nothings to me. Instead, I find myself walking around the edge of the trees, remembering what it took from me and… Continue Reading “The Circle of the Moon – A Poem”

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