The Black Albatross Depression Poetry (Vol. 6)

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Continuing the Depression Poetry series by Black Albatross --- My Alter Ego

Submitted: August 04, 2008

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Depression and death, and a pain that bleeds,
love once green like meadows now twisted like weeds,
names once sparking now grounded in dust.

I do not complain, this pain is good.
It burns and churns but with me it runs.
I could've changed the world if I could,
but a voice tells me just die I should.

A fight, I might put up in vain,
the spark once ignited now drenched in rain,
of constant pain, of constant pain.


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