There is no shame in depression

nor in tears

or in anxiety

or in tachypsychia

or in pain

or in hopelessness

or in sadness

or in loneliness

or in wrongly believing that death could fix it all.

There is no shame in being different

nor in feeling too much

or in missing

or in being left behind

or in crying so much, your skin burns.

There is no shame in the tiredness of others,

however, there should be shame in apathy

and in arrogance

and in cruelty

and in stigma

and in the dumb ignorant prevailing believe that a depressed person is depressed by choice.