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Madeleine describes the feeling of recovering from poor mental health and the relief it brings.
– Madeleine Chamberlain
Relief pours through my veins
I feel myself becoming me again
A thousand colours blended into one
Fitting together like an imperfect jigsaw
I think sometimes it takes a blend of grey
To reach the calm of the night sky
I feel the shame wash away
As I rinse my fears with glimmers of hope
You’re not crazy for feeling the extremes
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I’m Madeleine, one of the Sub-Editors of the blog. I thought I would contribute this poem to the blog for National Poetry Month as poetry has helped me sort through many difficult emotions and thoughts. I’m a recent graduate from The University of York with a passion for writing and mental health awareness.
This article was originally published by Studentmindsblog.co.uk. Read the original article here.
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