Depression · suicide note · Writing

How It Feels To Be Fragile

I know what it’s like to look in the mirror
And not recognize your own reflaction
Trying to figure out who is the person looking back at you.

I know what it’s like to bend on your knees
Stretch the floor with overflowing tears
Feeling hopeless and ready to give up

I know what it’s like to live life in so much pain
Never know why and when will it end
Just like a ghost, wondering around in misery

I know what it’s like to feel lost in a moment
Trying so hard to find your ways
But every road leads to more wounds

I know what it’s like to be stack around happy faces
Suffocating in the purest air of love
Feeling aburdan and alone in their warm arms

I know what it’s like to try and be happy
Put on that masks which gets heavy to wear each day
Hoping that fake smile will someday be real

I know what it’s like to be suicidal
Feeling like death is your only way out
Cause the pain won’t seem to end

I know what it’s like to be depressed
And to be at war with anxiety
Everyday Struggling to breathe

See, i don’t know my purpose in life
I don’t know why i am always sad
But I’m grateful that i have something that fills my soul and for me that’s writing.

Therefore i know when you’re losing hope
And the pills begging you to overdose
Fight life with your passion.

3 thoughts on “How It Feels To Be Fragile

  1. Knowing how it feels to be sad
    living with all these experiences
    make you humble & empathetic
    to understand other’s differences.

    There might be hard times in life
    time to marvel, for joy and laughs
    with what you’ve written over here
    you can light other people’s paths.

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