Dear Depression

Had you seen the movie ‘The fault in our stars’, reading the novel ‘An imperial affliction’ over and over would be described as a sign of depression. But over the past week I’ve been seeing this movie over and over till all my tears dry out and I get tired of pouring my heart out. And this was when I decided that I was depressed.

There is a fatal flaw with me or maybe with many people, when I am happy and elated with joy, I hardly notice the things that happen around me. This is probably because I don’t stand on earth but fly off with my dreams!

Since I was down on earth for the whole week, I decided to pen down my ‘off-the-track’ poem,

Sitting in the couch,

Staring at the T.V set,

Tears traced their path down my cheeks.

 

I cried once,

And that was a relief,

To kick off my strong shield.

 

I cried again,

But this time for myself,

How miserable my life has turned out to be!

 

Over time, the sad movie was only an excuse,

A mask to shelter from the outer world,

A shade I build for myself !

 

Every time I try to stand up,

I come crashing down harder,

But Dear Depression, I’m going to stand up anyway!

….Sara

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12 comments

  1. Eyes + Words · December 17, 2015

    If you liked that film, you should also watch ‘Me Earl and the dying Girl.’ So good.

    • Sara · December 17, 2015

      Next on the list!..thank you 🙂

      • Eyes + Words · December 17, 2015

        Let me know what you think when you get to watch it. 😀

      • Sara · December 18, 2015

        Sure 🙂

      • Sara · December 30, 2015

        Firstly, thanks for suggesting the movie! And secondly, WOW! It was so touchy and I barely could watch the end without tears..i even loved the parts with Earl and the movie..Thanks again 🙂

      • Eyes + Words · December 30, 2015

        I’m really happy you enjoyed it. It’s for sure an instant classic. I bawled like a baby in the end, completely bittersweet. I’d suggest Donnie Darko next (favorite film), but I don’t know if you’d like it since it’s such a hit or miss film.

      • Sara · December 30, 2015

        I’d for sure watch and let you know 🙂 And by the way, such a great blog you have..enjoyed it 🙂

      • Eyes + Words · December 30, 2015

        Thank you so much, looking forward to read what you think 🙂

  2. Nicodemas · December 19, 2015

    Powerful words! I love this.

    • Sara · December 20, 2015

      Glad you do 🙂

  3. MS Mahawar · December 21, 2015

    well expressed!!

    • Sara · December 21, 2015

      Thank you 🙂

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