My black dog

My black dog

I'm an inside-out depressive
who should be worse at night
though, what's fairly impressive
is the way I put things right.

Waking, I'm contrary,
sometimes I feel so bad,
it's really rather scary,
I feel I'm going mad.

Then, as the day progresses,
I begin to feel okay,
reflect on my successes,
melancholy goes away.

So, when it's time for bed,
I'm feeling good, again,
knowing what lies ahead;
in the morning, start again.

19 Comments on “My black dog

  1. Cleverly done Hobbo with the use of the “black dog” analogy and sorry you’ve to go through that. Thanks for your honesty in sharing! πŸ˜πŸ™

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