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Posts Tagged ‘sadness’

A Depressing Weekend

April 10, 2012 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Depression

  Who is to blame for my melancholy? Is there such a thing? For if I am to believe my own misery and lack of worth Than it is my pitiful existence that has brought it on. Pity is not what I am after.  Nor  sympathy.  For my truth is what it is.  Painful. ~ […]

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Tears of Grief and Hopes for Healing

April 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Love Poems, Uncategorized

  I was with him when he died I cried I was there barely breathing He was breathing barely But I sat there squarely Frozen in my chair It was not my duty Nor demand But I stayed and held his hand And I cried Not aloud Not in vain But I cried all the […]

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Free to be me!

April 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Childhood Poems, Depression, Friendship

Free to be me! Why me? Why can’t I be free? Free from what makes me sad! Why can’t I be free? Free to be next to what makes me happy! And when I go to find my happiness, I go down that very road. And when I come to the bend, I turn the […]

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Black

April 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Childhood Poems, Gloomy or Darker Poems

Black Black is the color of the bottom of a deep silent puddle, Or the background of a midnight moon. It creeps in on you when death is near, And it surrounds you when you’re blind or can’t hear. Black is the color you think when you’re all alone. Black is where monsters live, It’s […]

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