Wonder in Absence

I am here but distant. My anger keeps me at arms length, and yet here I am, arms open. 

Moments passed today, I was fairly glad to see them go. My fifteen minute drive home was made longer by an unwillingness to be there. Depression doesn’t always mean suicidal tendencies, but an overwhelming urge to run anywhere but where you’ve been. 

Today, I feel depressed. 

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