Candlelight Vigil

Candlelight Vigil

Created on: Aug-07-2017   Published on: Aug-07-2017


8.5"x8.5" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Poetry    Sales Term: Everyone
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Multiple poems I've written that are basically suicide notes. Or they could be seen as cries for help with my suicidal thoughts and possible depression. I've struggled with this since I was a teenager. I've almost always felt horrible emotionally, but it gradually got worse as I got older. I've wanted to get help, but I just don't really know how to go about it. That's why I've always turned to poetry because that was the only outlet I had, aside from music, to release what I was feeling without worrying about someone not listening, not caring, someone judging, making it seem like it's not a big deal, etc. Depression and having suicidal thoughts is something that a lot of people don't pay much attention to until it happens to someone they care about. It's something that most people make fun of until it happens to a family member or a friend. For people like me, it's not easy to seek help. If you see someone who needs it, don't hesitate to be there for them and get the help they need.

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Step Back and See
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I'm also a Photographer and have a website called Step Back and See. I take photographs and write poems and create poetry books, photo albums and sell individual poems and photos if wanted. I also take photographs for people if they're looking for a photograph of something I don't have and will write a poem for someone if they're not interested in the poems I've already written but still like my work. I also have two magazines I'm in charge of: Step back and See Photography and Step Back and See Poetry. I hope to one day grow my business and make my grandmother proud.