Posted in Mental health, Poetry

Poem: Maybe I Am Going Mad

Maybe I am going mad, a mental health poem

Written by Daphne Tore / Dean Thorpe

I think that I am going mad,
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I don’t recall my name

I think I must be going mad,

I really feel insane

I really know I’m going mad,

hear voices in my brain

So maybe I am going mad,

but maybe you’re the same!

http://www.deathprone.co.uk/maybe-i-am-going-mad-poem.html

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Very random poetry, by a very random poet, Daphne Tore
Posted in Mental health, Poetry

Poem: The Illusion Of Life

The illusion of life, a poem by Daphne Tore / Dean Thorpe

When I look back at life, I wonder if its real
Look back in to my past, things done seem so unreal
Is life an illusion, or is it just a dream
How do we really know, if life is what it seems
I’ve always had my doubts, but life can feel so real
So what if I am wrong, what if it is unreal
How can I escape from, a never ending dream
Would I really want to, this worlds not bad it seems
I see beauty and love, wonderful things so real
Terror and destruction, why can’t they be unreal
At night I try to sleep, escape in to a dream
Is that life the real one, or the illusion it seems
Look into the mirror, is the reflection real
Am I the illusion, is it me that’s unreal
Inflict pain on myself, to wake up from the dream
Yet I’m still here or mad, there’s no escape it seems

http://www.deathprone.co.uk/the-illusion-of-life-poem.html

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