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my poems

By UltimateSlytherin All Rights Reserved ©

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poem 1

I can’t speak

no one will hear me

not tuning in to the sound

even if they could hear me they’re not listening

not hearing my sobs from the corner

that echo all around.

my sadness has evolved

to the point of no return

depression is the word

that no one else has learned.

my happiness was thrown to the shredder

torn into little bits

and that is why I have

all those angry fits.

to me, happiness is foreign

happiness is bad

and that is why I’ll always be very, very sad.

my life is a wreck,

it is left in ruins.

but no one noticed,

no one bothered to look

past the mask I put up

when i hid behind the book.

I learned the real meaning of depression

I’ve learned throughout this year,

by losing all that i held close to me and was very dear,

I distanced myself from everyone,

from every happy thought,

to make sure people weren’t sad,

and didn’t leave like I had planned.

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