Depression Revisited

Poem By Ghada Shahbender

We go there
We stay
We click out of it
& Never again we say
If you have ever been there
and you have made it back
You know it will be again
And you wait for the next attack
But this too will pass
So you just let it flow
You will get over it
That much you at least you know

Comments about Depression Revisited

Having been there I know exactly what you mean Ghada. Unless you experience it no one knows what it is like. It's even difficult to explain, you can't put it into words really. A very good poem Sincerely Ernestine Northover
oh yes. so very much yes indeed


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