Hmmm. At first the rhymeing turned me off but as a read further I sort of fell into it. The simplicity of love wether is has ended or not teaches each of us a lesson. For some that lesson is good for the rest of us that is lesson is not to trust anyone. Good poem overall.
At first I felt this piece to be about a lover. As I continued to read, however, I felt it might be about a best friend. Then as I neared the end I felt it was about a loved one who passed on. Any of these ideas would work in interpreting this piece and that is why I love poetry so! "No shame in shedding tears" That phrase is a life-saver for me as someone really close to me told me something similar to that when I was going through a rough time. I think that this flowed nicely, yet I was wondering if you broke away from the capitalization of every line and spaced it differently would it flow and read more effectively? Just a thought. I like it as it is already, but as writers we must help each other to grow! Good job.
This was written well. I liked the topic and poem. The only thing I saw was that the rhyming was a bit off, or maybe I just read it wrong. This was done very nicely, keep up the awesome work, and I'll keep reading.