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Depression Pain

Ever feel empty inside
Layin up all day thinkin bout life
Thoughts makin you cry
It hurts deep down
So you think about suicide
Every moment you try to surpass
Asking your self how long this feeling lasts
Heart breaks open with heart ache
Not sure if anyone loves you
So you take drugs to ease the pain till you break
You askin for help but in your way
You want them to leave but then dont
Now you feelin like you in a dark place
You try so hard but the pain wont let you escape
Alcohol just drifts us away
Till we wake hopin for better days
Chest starts to hurt seeing your soul just fade
Needin that someone in life to love you
And see your better side
Please dont runaway i need you in my life
Be my protector be my guide
Tell me its ok when i look in your eyes
Hold me tight never let go
Lay beside me till we grow old
Depression really hits hard
Never think your alone
As im writing this tears falling from eyes
God gave me a chance to be alive
Every day a struggle keeping demons off our minds
I dont wanna lose you i need you
Want you there with me when i take my last breath
Turnin blue
the stress it just feeds you
Who knew that life would be a test
We work hard to be our best
We not bullet proof even with a vest
Sittin up in my room with the darkness
These times be the ones that hit the hardest
Feels like im falling into air
Theres no stopping when you feeling fear
The last thought you have are regrets
People you upset
Changes you could have made just to make life the best before you hit the ground in less than 2 secs remember someone Loves You
first let it be yourself im.here to.comfort you
I feel in a Way i know we all blessed
Keep the good energy protected
The bad feelings just keep them deflected
We only get one life we gotta respect it
The ones you say u love could be gone tomorrow with no mention.

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Written on March 25, 2022

Submitted by john_mcclenathan on April 11, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,834
Words 378
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 49

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