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La depresión es como un abismo oscuro,
que te atrapa en su dolor sin fin.
Te sientes triste, solo y perdido,
sin encontrar una salida ni un fin.

Tu mente se nubla con pensamientos negativos,
que te hacen sentir aún peor.
La tristeza se apodera de tu corazón,
y no puedes encontrar el amor.

Pero no te rindas, hay una luz al final del camino,
busca ayuda para salir de ese abismo.
habla con alguien,y encontrarás la fuerza
para combatir esa distreza.

No estás solo en esta batalla,
hay personas que están ahí para ti.
Así que no te rindas, sigue adelante,
y encontrarás la libertad que deseas conseguir.
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Written on February 18, 2023

Submitted by poetica2008 on March 19, 2023

Modified on April 06, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 615
Words 127
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4

Liana Yuditt Diaz (Qbana80)

Born in Havana Cuba and raised in the USA, writing poetry has been my passion for as long as I can remember. At the tender age of eight, I discovered the power of words and the magic they can create when woven together in just the right way. From that moment on, I knew that writing poetry was something that I would love to do for the rest of my life. Through the years, I have honed my craft, learning more about the intricacies of language and expression with each new piece I write. I find inspiration in everything around me, from the vibrant colors of a sunset to the sound of birds chirping in the morning. These small details of everyday life are what fuel my creativity and drive me to keep writing. But more than anything, it is the emotional connection that I make with my readers that gives my work meaning. Crafting a poem that touches someone's heart or speaks to their soul is one of the greatest blessings I could ever ask for. It is my hope that through my writing, I can bring a little more beauty, joy, and inspiration into the world. more…

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