"forever and always, the end"
you are the sun that shines brightly throughout my day.
you are the gravity that holds me down in every way.
you are the moon that shimmers throughout my night.
you are stars that glimmer oh so bright.
you are the oxygen that keeps me alive.
you are my heart that beats inside.
you are the blood that flows through me.
you are the only guy i can see.
you have the voice of when a mockingbird sings.
you are my everything.
you are my one and only.
you stop me from being so lonely.
we plan our future as if we have a clue.
i never want to lose you.
i want you to be my husband, and i want to be your wife.
i want to be with you for the rest of my life .
some people dismiss depression because it's what they think is best for them and the others around him/ think that if nobody sees their depression then they won't have to even though everybody can see it in his/her they don't know don't know every forced smile they wear, every feeling they bottle up inside, every laugh they make that's just forced are just making the people around them worry more..
some people make fun of depression because they don't know what it feels to be depressed, because they think it's a mere feeling that you could wash away with a blink of an it's not..it's 'll want to die more than feel this..this disease without cure! because depression will..will make you crazy
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