Month: February 2016
THE BEAUTY IN THE SIMPLE THINGS
THOUGHT OF THE DAY
The Call Age
This is just a casual poem from my alter ego that turned out to be the lyrics of a deathless imperfection. Music was not applied due to the author’s exceptional voice.
What Depression Feels Like – An Enlightening Description For Those Who Don’t Understand
“Hell” comes up often. “Hell came to pay me a surprise visit.” “If there is a hell upon earth, it is to be found in a melancholy heart,” observed Robert Burton in the 1600s. The poet Robert Lowell wrote, “I myself am hell.” A mother describes her child’s experience as “Danny’s Descent into Hell.” “A […]
The Gifts of Depression
Laying in bed tonight and battling some slight anxiety (brought on by inadequate sleep this past week) led me to reflect on the strange paradox that is depression. Often, people who suffer from this debilitating illness believe that they want nothing more than to die-when in reality, they really want to start living in beautiful, […]
Yellow Cracked Walls
These yellow cracked walls have been my Home for many moons. In this time, I have come to understand their purpose to be far more than primitive to shelter. These yellow cracked walls beguil their inmates: their will to hope falling through the sieve of despair like fine sand. These yellow cracked walls benefit their […]
The First Time
The beginning of a long awaited journey.