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Depression. ThedarkestdayinmylifewasthedayI felt my soul die inside my body. I never believed in it but when it dies it hurts deeperthananyknifecouldever reach. Theemptinessyoufeelinsidenevergoes awayasmuchasyoutrytofillit.

...109 Quotes, 07 Poems and a Song of Despair
145 pages
...109 Quotes, 07 Poems and a Song of Despair

Depression. Promises ofjobs are made by many Everybody wants you to work, forfree Nothing comesfree, as I can see Money is driving me crazy, no credits to spare Loneliness nights and tears offood All I can get is hopefrom, all those who  ...

HERO: The Mindful Way Through Life: Freeing Yourself From Chronic Unhappiness, Depression & Pain - 5 In 1 Box Set, 5 In 1 Box Set: Book 1: 15 Amazing Yoga Ways To A Blissful & Clean Body & Mind Book 2. 11 Simple Yoga Poses for Beginners You Wish You Knew Book 3: Turbaned Gurus, Sing-Song Matras & Body Contortions - Volume 1 Book 4: Daily Meditation Ritual
406 pages
HERO: The Mindful Way Through Life: Freeing Yourself From Chronic Unhappiness, Depression & Pain - 5 In 1 Box Set, 5 In 1 Box Set: Book 1: 15 Amazing Yoga Ways To A Blissful & Clean Body & Mind Book 2. 11 Simple Yoga Poses for Beginners You Wish You Knew Book 3: Turbaned Gurus, Sing-Song Matras & Body Contortions - Volume 1 Book 4: Daily Meditation Ritual

You coulduse a specific poem to prove a point ortogive encouragement, inspiration andmotivation to someone you love or ... own personal meditation scrapbooking prayer journals, notebooks, calendars, photo journals, quote clipping books, ...

My Happiest and Saddest Quotes and Poems
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My Happiest and Saddest Quotes and Poems

Depression I see the bright light. I see the blue sky. I hear the hummingbirds. I stare. I hope that I excel But something happens, my feet are stuck. I try to escape , but legs are numb. I guess I will try again. Depression. The Oppressor You're ...

An Uninvited Alien Experience - A Memory of Depression - An Uninvited Alien Experience - A Memory of Depression -

Conceivably, it's only fitting in ending this excerpt with a little poem I wrote not too long ago, as I sat confined within a tiny room with padded white walls: Afflicted “ My quotes and poems are mainly for those with an affliction, whether from an ...

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Bluets by Maggie Nelson review – heartbreak and sex in 240 turbocharged prose poems
Bluets by Maggie Nelson review – heartbreak and sex in 240 turbocharged prose poems Nelson describes how collecting objects and images of blue distracted her from the worst passivity of her years of depression; the book was her “way of making my life feel 'in progress' rather than a sleeve of ash falling off a lit cigarette”. She

Dorothy Parker's stunning wit and tragic life
Dorothy Parker's stunning wit and tragic life She published some 300 poems and free verses in various magazines, and in 1926, her first volume of poetry became a bestseller and garnered positive reviews, despite being dismissed as 'flapper verse' by The New York Times. At the same time

WORLD FOCUS: The life of Robert Frost
break new ground?" He quotes Hart saying, "Yes," and Hart's publisher agreed. I discuss how mental illness, especially depression and schizophrenia plagued the Frost family and how it affected Robert Frost and his poetry," he said. Hart was

Poet Robert Lowell and what drove his great writing and angry personality
Poet Robert Lowell and what drove his great writing and angry personality Like a modern Robert Burton, she digresses into an anatomy of manic depression – she feels that the contemporary term "bipolar disorder" sanitises the horrors of this illness – and describes the kinds of treatment available in the past to the mentally

How much did Robert Lowell's manic-depression affect his poetry? A new biography tries to find the answer
How much did Robert Lowell's manic-depression affect his poetry? A new biography tries to find the answer This book feels very much like a labor of love, even obsession, and perhaps projection: Jamison deeply empathizes with Lowell, and clearly treasures his poetry, which she quotes frequently and at length. Her analytical eye may at times be blinded by