Tag Archives: depression

  1. If You Have to Ask, You’re Not Listening.

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    January 27, 2016 by jeliwobble

    Some poetry cannot be read. It has to be experienced. Words do not flow. Instead, solid brick formations of misunderstood …
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  2. The Morning After the Night Before.

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    December 26, 2015 by jeliwobble

    I wrote this in 2011. It’s still largely true, except now my sisters both have children, one of whom has …
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  3. Waiting.

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    November 10, 2015 by jeliwobble

    Edges. Fingertips ache, throb with effort. Splintered nails, dug in, down to nubs as if bitten, stripped and bloodied. Knuckles …
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  4. Hiraeth

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    November 5, 2015 by jeliwobble

    I swallow marbles of melancholy. Hard. Glassy. The colour of dispassionate ire, woven through their esoteric centres. They seem as …
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  5. FOMO.

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    June 9, 2015 by jeliwobble

    FOMO. Fear of missing out. It has dogged me continually since living here, and it’s a relatively new feeling for …
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  6. S. A. D.

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    January 21, 2015 by jeliwobble

    Depression is bloody weird. Your natural inclination is to hide away and not see anyone, answer the phone, talk to …
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