Depression is the dryed out oatmeal that was left out on the counter yesterday. It tastes bland and is hard to eat, but you still choke it down because it feels like too much work to prepare a meal.
Depression is the smell of cold rain on warm asphalt. It's overwhelming, unpleasant, and unavoidable in today's crazy world.
Depression looks like the homeless man sleeping at the park, disheveled, dirty, and too tired to even beg for money.
Depression is the sound of an old man shuffling up the stairs after a long, unwanted day of work.
Depression feels like you are laying facedown in the middle of a busy street, unable to move.