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Hello and welcome to my site. Everyone faces depression at some point in their life. This is a collection of my poems and metaphors that helped lift me up from the depth of my own depression. I pray my words will help some of you cope and rise up to help others. Together the world can be a more pleasant place to live when we all care for each other. In an effort to help finance my writing career, and currently fix my vehicle as I am without one, I have decided to affiliate my website with a few shopping sites. Amazon and Target will pay me a small percentage of any order placed through these pages, so if you would like to help support my website or my writing career, please use my links to these premium stores. It cost no additional money on your part. Thank you so much if you do, or even if you don't. I really appreciate the visits to my blog. If you love my poems be sure to leave me a review on Amazon good reads as this will help me reach new people.

Fallen Star

All that glitters is not gold, sometimes lost sometimes cold.
Loneliness disguised by fame, a world that only knows your name.

What lies within that sacred mask, a heart that breaks like shattered glass.
Pieces never fully whole that leave behind a broken soul.

You cant buy love at any price, and sometimes that the sacrifice.
Behind the fame that hides the sorrow, lies an empty lost tomorrow.

It's so much more than just a mask, when someone looks, if someone asks.
For you are more than just a star, a person with a bleeding heart.

Emotions and feelings that lie deep inside, as you travel through life on one hell of a ride.

Your star seems to crash, and sometimes you burn
 when lessons in life seem so hard to learn.

All that glitters is not gold, when time flies by, as you grow old.
The emptiness that’s in your mind, a love so lost you long to find.

Never give in and please never regret,
'cause the millions that love you, can never forget.


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