Poem

“Mental Health Matters” by Jonin Marie Gargoles

Mental health can be hard sometimesWe keep our life busy to ease the painWe wear mask to cover up the scarsWe hide our inner damage and traumas We get depressed in a world full of chaosWe keep running to catch our breath away from our anxietyWe keep dark secrets that no one knowsWe are in… Continue reading “Mental Health Matters” by Jonin Marie Gargoles

Poem

“Colors of Melancholia” by Jonin Marie Gargoles

Depression is like hiding inside the dark roomDancing alone under the heavy rain of gloomThe reflection of sorrow silhouetteExhausting soul she won’t forgetBitter taste of her homemade cakeRude words rotten her slowly to break Universe align to other dimensionBlinded by the harsh constellationScattered wounds kept her bleedingSuicidal thoughts keep her writing Driving in a fast… Continue reading “Colors of Melancholia” by Jonin Marie Gargoles