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    my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    hi
    what is the right sentence?:
    My Gloom is in its top.
    My Gloom is on its top.

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    #2

    Re: my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    What??..
    No answer??!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    I don't quite understand what you mean. To me, neither sentence makes sense.

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    #4

    Re: my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    what i mean by gloom is melancholy, sadness..
    and the sentence mean that my melancholy is high..

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    Re: my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    Then, I would suggest: "This is my darkest hour."

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    #6

    Re: my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    Part of the problem is that with despair and gloom, you think depths, not peaks.

    I am at my lowest point, as well as the "darkest hour" suggested above.

    {Not a teacher}

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    Re: my Gloom is in its top!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    Part of the problem is that with despair and gloom, you think depths, not peaks.

    I am at my lowest point
    Yes, that's what I thought too.

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