Limerick Poems About Depression | Depression Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: bereavement,

Capitol Offense

The White House is on a great lot
It's Washington's drive to it spot
But guards only train
That terror's to contain
So mentally ill there get shot


Author's note:  The new treatment for postpartum depression is now a firing squad.


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: angst,

Marriage of Minds with Politics

Marriage of Minds with Politics

Life does contain much disparage
Going in wrong direction in a carriage
Of disaster are at its brink
Soon into depression will sink
Suffering from an impossible marriage.

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: depression,

Random Torture



The dead of winter when days are much shorter Cause depression and thoughts of random torture Innocent people on the street Are in danger when you meet If you go left and they do too, results spell horror


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Curious About Your Impression

Curious About Your Impression

Poem 5420 and am on way to 5555.
A lucky thirten that is ten times that.

We were curious  about your impression,
About my poems becoming an obsession,
Much  more direct;
Had terrible effect;
Deep depression producing a recession.

Jim Horn

My 77th birthday is June 26,th 2018.
From March 31 to June 26th is 87
days or 2 months and 26 days.
Hope to be to 5,555 poems by
then which will be 130 more poems.
Will have to write 1.5 poems a day.


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Memories Caste Into Past

Memories Caste Into Past

So sad memories were thrown into the past;
We have forgotten and they no longer last;
Cause was lost;
Forgot the cost,
And into deep depression have been caste

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Depressive Which Was Manic

Depressive Which Was Manic

My kind of depression had been manic;
Already considered doing another antic;
Screeching halt,
And my fault;
Broke big button that they labelled panic.

Jim Horn