I believe you are happy.
I believe we made the right choice.
Because the past can't be forgotten
No matter how much we scream
And lose our voices.
I have learned not to hate you so much
Or love you so much
Sometimes when I look at you
You are nothing more than a stranger
embodied in a body I once knew
Trying to change
And I am trying to let you
I just can't watch romantic movies anymore
Or stay up to late
And too alone
I just can't think of brownies anymore
Or french toast
Or egg whites
There are still little pieces of you every where I go
But now they are just crumbs
Our trips around the world
Are now my trips around the world
Because you walked out
One year ago.
I hope you are doing well.
Sometimes I still miss you.
Great, now I'm hungry. As Pooh once said, "There's a rumbly in my tumbly."
There are always people who were a big part of your life at one point who are no longer there. But don't let their absence stop you from doing the things that you love. Because when you stop being YOU, then you are no longer YOU. Does that make sense? It might make you remember the past, but that doesn't mean you have to stay there. Just remember, you're never too alone.
Very heartfelt, I feel as though each line of this piece of writing has an independent purpose, composing a much greater message.
One of the better parts about this piece is that there is a definite introduction, body, and closing. The only change I might suggest? Line 2 or Lines 25-26. The impression you are offering is that you do not believe things are how they should be, could be, or for the best. You miss him, and though your decision to part was initially mutual, your heart has changed, and you want things to return to the way they were, 1 year prior. You should expand on this...
This is a good piece of writing. Thanks for sharing.