Cliff Hanger


Cliff Hanger
Tall and steep is how I stand
They call me dangerous, but they fail to understand
I welcome all people
Some coming to me, wishing to take a permanent sleeping pill
They cry out to me in pain
Or they feel numb and already drained
You see, they seek me out in search of an answer
And I provide them with a solution to their cancer
I am with sharp and jagged edges
It is where the lost souls come to jump off my ledges
There is a hazardous sign cautioning all to be wary of me:
“If you need help, reach out (844) 549-4266. Darkness is a lonely place to be”

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Depression is a lonely and isolating disorder that very few people recognize and understand. If you are struggling, reach out.