When I was young, I was so full of life.
I laughed,I jumped, I played, I smiled
But as I grew, maturity sliced me with a knife.
I didn't know what was happening,I was just a child.
Life turned the world around me so gray,
Some days I could pretend, some days not so much.
I'm so fragile and frail, but everyone calls me gay
They made me depressed, so I'd only eat lunch.
Getting bullied and dealing with self hate.
I struggled for so long and they started to care
I finally got the meds I need and I moved a best mate
Now I step outside and get a breath of fresh air.
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