Well, finally, I have finished the poem I started the other day. I’m not 100% happy with it but I’ll work on it again much later. This is what I had constructed for The Daily Post’s Feb 18th Writing 201 prompt of Animal, form of Concrete Poetry and device of enjambment. I had to use my snipping tool to take a screenshot as I could not get it to line up correctly when I copied it from Word to here.
You possibly find it taboo to discuss these things — depression and the like. Perhaps you think, “If I just ignore it, it’ll go away.” Or you avoid people that suffer with depression as if they have the plague. I’ll bet no matter how happy you are or pretend to be, you have a certain level or type of depression in your own life.
There are various levels and types of depression.
1.) You are melancholy due to the crappy weather
— we all suffer from this, because we need that Vitamin D from sunshine to boost our mood and make us feel and actually be healthier. Oh, I can enjoy a drippy and dark cloudy day with the rain droplets bouncing on the leaves and dancing on the windowpanes but going without sun for too long will bring anybody down.
2.) You receive rejection.
Any sort of…
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