by Anne Page
How depression affects people arround you.
|I know I could be close to you if you let me, but you're to affraid of letting me in. You're always smiles and laughter on the outside, but i hate seeing you like this. I know all the pain and horror, you hide it inside so well. Your pain is a poison that's killing you slowly. You can stop it if you try, You can open up and let me see what's going on. But you love your misery, It's like a drug to you. I try to help you, but you shut me out. I know you're worth it, I wish you knew too. I wish I could prove it, but you never believe me when i tell you. I see you falling every day, you don't even pretend anymore. You stoped laughing, I never see your smile. You say you're just tired of doing what people want, but I know you feel lost and alone. Why won't you let me in, I can help you if you let me. Please stop hurting yourself, you're so much better than this! I can't watch you fall anymore, I'm getting help. You hate me for this, you say I don't love you, but I know what I'm doing is right. I know this is what's best for you. You need help, help you weren't willing to get yourself. I am still here for you, even when you say you hate me. I am here, and I love you.|