Poems about Health

I never believed in ghosts until I realized that I was one -- empty, invisible
In a world full of plight, It helps to spread kindness to each other. The care we give make them bright,
She gets up from her desk holding back the tears, she pushes her headphones into her ears.
I watch in sadness As you explain how you're afraid to die But also afraid to live
I wanna be something. I wanna see something.
Cant you hear it?there is musicfrom behind the walls.whimsical windits callingbegging
If you’re like me, You can’t count your dreams on one hand, Always lost in something,
A thought. A fear. It wasn’t clear -A want. A hurt. Which came first -A think. A do. Was it you -
I’m going through my phone It’s been close to a year since that day
dear depression, you don't come and go like the seasons  you stay, but never with good reasons

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