For a Depressed Woman By James A. Emanuel


In honor of #WorldPoetryDay, I decided I would do some browsing around and read someone I haven’t read before. The title caught my attention, and who knew the simple arrangement of words therein could be so spot on. As such, I’m sharing my favorite snippet…
For A Depressed Woman

II
She sleeps late each day,
stifling each reason to rise,
choked into the quilt.

Please read the short poem in its entirety here and check more of Emanuel’s work. I know I will.

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