Explaining My Depression To My Mother. The next, it’s the bear. Her hysterical tone barely allows time for breath, stressing to the audience the panic that comes with being.
Explaining my depression to my mother: One day it is as small as a firefly in the palm of a bear, the next, it’s the bear. I call the bad days:
I Call The Bad Days:
Explaining depression to my mother. Mom says, “try lighting candles.”. Perhaps she has been trapped in the same dark closet of depression at some time in her own life.
On Those Days I Play Dead Until.
One day it is as small as a firefly in the palm of a bear, the next, it’s the bear. I call the bad days: Explaining my depression to my mother, a conversation.
A Conversation Mom, My Depression Is A Shapeshifter One Day It's As Small As A Firefly In The Palm Of A Bear The Next It's The Bear On Those Days I Play Dead Until The Bear Leaves Me Alone I Call The Bad Days The Dark Days Mom Says Try Lighting Candles But When I See A Candle I See The Flicker Of A.
The next, it’s the bear. Sabrina’benaim's’“explaining’my’depression’to’my’mother’ ’ sure,’i’make’plans.’’ ’ i’make’plans,’but’i’don't’wanna’go.’ Mom, my depression is a shapeshifter.
Sabrina Benaim’s Spoken Word Piece “Explaining My Depression To My Mother” Is Emotionally Overwhelming.
On those days i play dead until the bear leaves me alone. When i see a candle, i see the flesh of a church. Benaim first performed her poem to an audience in 2013, during the semifinals of the national poetry slam in oakland, california.
When I See A Candle, I See.
Sabrina benaim’s spoken word piece “explaining my depression to my mother” is emotionally overwhelming. Get sabrina's book, depression & other magic tricks: Explaining my depression to my mother: