The Art of Depression: Alexandria Drouin

Artist:

Alexandria Drouin is from Lowell Massachusetts. She is a Fine Arts major at UMass and hopes to be an Author. 

The Alcohol Medicines

The lady under the stone

Has a master hallway

Of which she glides wistfully down

It had been waiting during;

Impatiently, awhile before the winter fever

The lady under the stone possesses treasures

Treasures that made the pain lesser

For those who arrived in

A horse and carriage of spiritual conclusion.

No one adores the lady under the stone

Besides the man who folds her sheets still,

Presenting a mystical behold

At candle lit bars.

Tathered tweed suit, no soles;

Nursing the Faint sent of recollection.

The lady under the stone and Her sincere surround,

Weeds never climb her gown,

Weeds never climb her gown.

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