Pure Stone

*this is a poem I wrote during high school. Unfortunately, it’s still pretty relatable for me.*

 

The depression inside won’t leave

Death will not come, so I still breathe.

I am weak; I don’t wish to fight.

On the inside, nothing is right.

Heart is so broken; life is bleak

Don’t know if I’ll make it a week.

It seems every night grows longer.

The pain within me grows stronger.

At night all I can do is cry.

Every day I just live a lie.

I can’t fake anymore smiles.

I cannot run any more miles.

Can’t live another day alone

Wish my heart was made of pure stone.

With no more feelings of distress

And nothing left to confess

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11 thoughts on “Pure Stone

  1. Sorry you’re still feeling this way – it sure is a hard road sometimes isn’t it? It’s a difficult poem to read as no-one in their right mind likes the thought of other people suffering but I guess poetry is supposed to make you feel something and this does. Best wishes, G.

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