A poem I wrote about feeling depressed and alone.

By bicker68 Latest Reply 2010-10-26 04:43:09 -0500
Started 2010-09-29 01:28:02 -0500

I hope you enjoy it, as much as I did writing it…


When you feel like you are abandoned by your Family, Try To Remember that God makes sure you have the people you need in your life at that point and time…
When you feel depressed and in a rut so deep that it seems you will never get out; Try To Remember that God is by your side and is carrying you through this hard time…
Try to Remember that God never closes a door; without opening a new one for you. For he will never forsake you…
Try To Remember the loved ones sometimes we see as Angels, are our Dearest Friends…
There are alot of rough roads in life but, Try To Remember it's not suppose to be easy. Working for it makes us appreciate it more…
Always remember that God wants you to live believing and serving him. Also for you to be the happiest you can be and share your life with the ones you love.
Try To Remember Friends are Family too…

21 replies

leonmelton 2010-09-30 22:50:09 -0500 Report

thank you for a great poem. it is inspiration to read and a spirit raiser.

bicker68 2010-09-30 22:55:47 -0500 Report

Thank you so much, I enjoy writing this and at the time was in a very deep depression. This came to me while I was asleep and it woke me in the wee hours of the morning and had to get up and write it right away. I'm so happy that you enjoyed it.
Take care and God Bless.

Guardianstone 2010-09-29 03:09:00 -0500 Report

Try to remember. That is a mouthfull. In the last 6 years both my husband and I have lost many of our memories. This year the problem has gotten worse.
It has been 'frustrating' is just a phrase tossed around alot. But there is no other word that covers the blind panic or terror may be more approprate, to cover chatting along and stopping in the middle of a thought. Suddenly you find that you don't know what you were going to say. You have no memory of the topic or sometimes who you are talking to. It is almost worse than total loss in a recovering coma patient.
My spelling has become horrid. I cann't blame it on old age or alzhimers. So far I have been able to read what I am writing and recognise that it is wrong. It sends memories of retirement homes with people blankly stareing at nothing unable to understand, or recognise the command the brain s nds to the body any more. How do we cope with this?
Any suggestions?
Guardian stone

bicker68 2010-09-30 02:16:47 -0500 Report

Hi Guardianstone, I wish I knew what to say. I can only say that I will pray for you both and hope that it will get better.

Guardianstone 2010-10-14 07:14:06 -0500 Report

Hello; I just returned to this discussion.
Thank you, I had to reread what I said earlier. I have spoken to my family doctor, neuroligest, and psych. none know what to say. there are no new strokes to claim the loss. Some times it comes back to me later. But not often.
Guardian stone

lmb2749 2010-09-29 14:13:44 -0500 Report

Hello, Guardian Stone. I don't have the answer for you either, except, I will pray for you. That's just about the best solution I know.

Guardianstone 2010-10-14 07:17:51 -0500 Report

thank you for the reply. Some of my memory has returned.
The doctors are unsure what is happening. I'm wondering if it might be food related.
Guardian stone

Pynetree 2010-09-29 10:10:20 -0500 Report

Guardian Stone…Have you talked to your Dr. about this? It is scary and frustrating. Don't really have any advice…but would urge you to journal as much as you can. It could only be good exercise.

Guardianstone 2010-10-14 07:24:30 -0500 Report

I've talked to a neuroligist, family doctor and psych. They don't understand. No new strokes in 2 months. Maybe it has stopped, but I doubt it. If it stopped how would I rember it?
Humor asside, THANK YOU.
Guardian stone

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