The Darkest Hour
Morphine WithdrawalsThe decision of living without this desire
Addiction of the worst just to survive
Just to be normal and live everyday
To destroy the stress and the tension in the most simple way
Life was so easy and nothing came close
If you felt it was slipping you just up the dose
But everything that goes up must one day fall hard
Feelings take your mind that you once did disregard
You have to make a choice to live as you’re meant
To take back your mind and body at all costs
But to do this you know the suffering must be spent
For days and your sanity will temporary be lost
Then the pain starts to take you
Your mind goes to mush
Your insides are sc
What it's Like
No Way OutThose who do not know me well
Know not what I must endure.
Methinks, therefore, that they should keep
Their opinions to themselves;
For I find it truly exasperating
To hear the thoughtless things they say.
Their misinformed, judgemental words
Ever shock me, shake me, stress me.
I optimistically try to tell myself
That these people "mean well" -
But it's far easier for me to say the words
Than it is to believe them.
You see, some folk like to posit
That I have a choice -
I should not take my medications;
I should use herbs, or prayer instead.
Or worse, they imply (rather rudely)
That it's my fault I'm ill;
TrustWho wants too walk with me down this long road
Who wants too make this journey thats so very cold
Where hearts are dark with no room for love
Blackened their soul,twisted the raven to look like a dove.
Inner daemons flooding my dreams
making the most normal thing not as it seems
wildly dark daemons penetrating my mind
searching for secrets never for me to find.
The deepest trust given to ones I care for
turn to deceit and lies, friends no more
the cruelest ways and words left me in sorrow
riped out my heart like theres no tomorrow.
Feeling foolish and feeling so hurt
as my heart no more important than dirt
as I said who wants this walk wi
Three people personDEPRESSED DEBBIE: Not to sound depressed or anything, but I don't see the point in socializing like this. Or at all.
NEUTRAL NELLY: I just thought we'd meet and try to work out our differences while having dinner together. We're family after all, and proper meals and exercise is what keeps one in balance.
DEPRESSED DEBBIE: Wow, you're a living cliché!
NEUTRAL NELLY: You're a never ending teenage riot.
DEPRESSED DEBBIE: Adults loose touch with their believes, like you.
NEUTRAL NELLY: You really see me as an adult?
DEPRESSED DEBBIE: Yeah... What, you don't?
NEUTRAL NELLY: Sometimes. Mostly not.
DEPRESSED DEBBIE: That's weird.