Tag: depression

Chains, Comets and Stars – A Poem

I am finding it difficult to walk. There is a weight that pulls at me; it slows my every step and I am surprised by the pain that I’m experiencing, as if shards of glass are caught in my skin. Tired of moving forward… Continue Reading “Chains, Comets and Stars – A Poem”

I Am The River – A Poem

I’ve forgotten who I am. Lately, I seem to exist in this constant haze, never sure if I’m living or if I’m merely existing. The fog, omnipotent and omnipresent, fills my mind. I try to see past the fog, slipping my fingers into it,… Continue Reading “I Am The River – A Poem”

A Polaroid Forest – A Poem

There are days where I am lost within myself. I find my path blocked by a grove of trees that surround me. There doesn’t seem to be any way past them, though I can see the sun as it peeks through. There is a… Continue Reading “A Polaroid Forest – A Poem”

Gasoline Rainbow – A Poem

Sadness is difficult. It creeps up on me so that by the time I find it living within me, it is a surprise to find it there. I glare at it, trying to give it the look, but it is impervious. I yell at… Continue Reading “Gasoline Rainbow – A Poem”

A Wish In The Dark – A Poem

I hold on to pain. that I find on the streets. It litters the ground, broken shards of glass, forgotten matchbooks, the occasional forgotten book that has become fat with rain. I gather these up, clutch them to my chest. The shards of glass,… Continue Reading “A Wish In The Dark – A Poem”

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