A Poem of Depression

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I wish I was brave enough to speak louder
till your ears are gonna be deaf
I wish I was brave enough to slap your face
till your awareness are awaken
I wish I was brave enough to release my anger towards you
till you realize that my anger is dangerous

Sometimes, I’m tired of being nice
Sometimes, I’m tired of being polite
Sometimes, I’m tired of being a lady-like
Sometimes, I’m tired of following the rules

Sometimes, I want to make them afraid of me
Sometimes, I don’t want to be kind
Sometimes, I don’t want to follow the rules
Don’t want to do anything
Or disappear from this cruel world

Sometimes, I want to kill someone
Or kill myself
But, there’s no bravery
for a coward like me

Yogyakarta, November 2nd, 2019-06.52 p.m.

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6 respons untuk ‘A Poem of Depression

  1. This is the kind of things
    depression wants you to say
    there’s no worth in killing
    that wouldn’t be a good way.

    You are tired of being polite
    kind and following the rules
    some rules don’t make sense
    anyway do not break them
    because that’s a thing of fools.

    That you’re not fighting alone
    you need to know & be certain
    depression can be defeated but,
    life can be hard and uncertain
    don’t know when would it be
    but is better to give your best
    to find what’s behind the curtain.

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  2. The writing is beautiful and well done but I hope you are not actually depressed. Poets do write things creatively that maybe has nothing to do with them.
    If you really are depressed, I want you to know that you are never alone and very much loved. You can and should do whatever it is you want, make your own rules. But do not be sad❤️✌🏾🥰

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