Denisey’s Depressing Poetry 1

Hi guys, since I’ve been analyzing poetry of a sort (*cough* haikus *cough*) I thought in order to keep posting on this site and keep it somewhat subsisting, I’d post some poetry! But just to let you know, I only ever write poetry when I’m upset, angry, or any other kind of depressing mood. Hence the title. Only catch is that I could have written these anywhere from age 14 to today, so the context is somewhat hidden.

So here’s post one! Enjoy, and know that after reading, you have probably lived a much better day!

 

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Confrontation bequeaths confirmation.

Conviction fades from your heart.

You’re left with nothing, as if it was nothing.

What you’d only conceived, you finally concede,

Though the road ended long ago.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Denisey’s Depressing Poetry 1

  1. Oh dang. The title doesn’t lie. I think I can guess what the context of this one is… but who knows?

    Thanks for posting! I plan on posting another composer spotlight soon!

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