Books, Stories, and Novels About Depression!
And in that moment,
That the scales had fallen from my eyes
About done with life, but some one saves me/you. Who is it?
I stared at the phone in my hand while crying, My sling swinging gently as my heart stopped working. I was numb and in agony.
My parents were dead.
Daddy got drunk again... ©Sweaterpaws_Yoongi
extreme or irrational fear of the night or of darkness.
A collection of seemingly unconnected short stories and poems, in and around a small town.
Lock your doors, pray that she doesn't break in because she will kill you.
The feeling of falling in love.
So pure and innocent, a touch of sweet refreshment. Like an apple, so tempting and seductive.
Poems that will make your skin tingle and prickle in apprehension. Sit back and relate.
When discouragement exceeds handling
Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win. –Stephen King
Pain and sadness have always followed Alouette around, never giving her a moment to heal. But will she let someone sit in the darkness with her?
Nothing special, just some darker poetry.
Run. Run. Run! He's coming! Run! the voice in my head screams, as I ran harder and up the stairs, not thinking straight from the adrenaline and fear.
I stared at the broken girl sleeping in my arms. She was so strong, and I was weak. Weak for loving her. Weak for caring even though I shouldn't.