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Depress Me Please

I have been writing poetry, fiction and short stories for many years and have completed a book of poems. I also enjoy comedy writing.

Depression

Depression

Depress me please

Tell me something bad

Depress me please

Tell me how I look stupid and fat

Come on, don’t hold back

Let it rip,

Go ahead, tell me I am lower than shit


Don’t stop now,

I see you are just warming up

Depress me and tell me how ugly I look

I come from a long line of thieves and crooks

Depress me more, my father was a Nazi

And I was nothing more than a rape baby

Depress me please, the girl I loved so long is going away

I would if I could point a gun to my head and blow my unhappiness away


I cut my wrist daily, but somehow the devil keeps me awake

For me to suffer the cut once more, while he gargles the pain

Scars around my neck with ropes of melanin flesh

Not even hanging can relieve this wretch

Depression, Depression, come to me let me act out my rage

To end my life I am not afraid

Go ahead, depress me, and call me names

For the passion for suicide fuels these flames.


Bills, hate, race, crime.

I live a life of goo and slime

Come now depression, help me with this bottle of pills

Plus this glass of alcohol will give my heart beat the chills

Depress me, Depress me fast, lights are dimming, now even slower

But soon this depression will be completely over.

© 2018 Clive Williams

Comments

A Guy on October 31, 2019:

Fricken AMAZING

Clive Williams (author) from Jamaica on March 15, 2018:

Hey Paula, I hope you can get put together again after all that cracking. LOL

Suzie from Carson City on March 14, 2018:

Clive.....You crack me up!! You really do!! LOL......and Flourish, If you hadn't already said it, I would have !! LOL What a guy!!

Clive Williams (author) from Jamaica on March 14, 2018:

Thank you to all my fellow anti-depressants.

FlourishAnyway from USA on March 14, 2018:

Hey, Clive, they need to change your meds because these clearly aren’t working. Good read, seriously.

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on March 14, 2018:

Really well done. You left me wondering just how the depression would be completely over.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on March 14, 2018:

Well that was a hell of a wake up call!

Janis Leslie Evans from Washington, DC on March 14, 2018:

Of course, being a mental health therapist, I love the last line: HOPE. Thanks for graphically (as always) putting to words what many feel everyday.

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on March 14, 2018:

Okay.. hmm you're stupid and fat.. oh by the way your wife says hello..:) Damn only joking.. this was clever and fun to read and nothing depressing about a great hub Clive