This is short but sweet. I have wondered of similar thoughts after losing someone special in my life. Sometimes it doesnt make sense and even when you search really hard, it still doesnt make sense. I have learned that "what will be will be" and to accept the things that I cannot change. Otherwise you can drive yourself crazy with endless questions. I did like this poem! Take care!
A love that had not had the chance to fully blossom! A relationship/friendship which ended for no apparent reason. One of two left behind to deal with all of the pain and confusion and never even know why it ended in the first place - no reason given. How sad. How selfish and uncaring is the person who has no conscience and can walk away after causing another so much pain without ever looking back. This is the time to be strong, even when you feel that you can't. You can. luv cher
I like this its short yet simple but at the same time says so much ... Im getting a lost family member a sumone who is suppose to be there - like a dad mom etc sumone who all your friends have yet they just arnt for you they seemed to not care about u or left u a while ago ...
I think it is amazingly ritten even tho its simple i think sometimes the simple ones can be the best
Hmmmm this is such a moving piece. It expresses so much with these few words. IT MADE ME THINK OF RELATIONSHIPS that were sacrificed due to inaccurate facts...I have had a similar encounter and the good Lord knows its hard to let go... especially when we are fervently fond of those particular souls...I loved the flow of this piece...It touched my soul...Hope you fond healing in crafting this piece!Be happy...Nobantu
Having had a couple of unexpected sudden breakups in the past myself, I can understand and empathize with the emotions, confusion and questions that you express in this little poem that you've written.
Yes, it can be exhasperating to not know the answers to 'Why?'. And often we will kick and blame ourselves, when it was probably the other person's own issues that were perhaps the problem and they chose to spare us? Sometimes we will never know, but can only pause and mourn and reflect, then pick ourselves back up and try to move on.
Sometimes, there are no answers, only questions.
And yes, it sucks.
I enjoyed reading this. It felt a bt therapeutic. Thank you for writing and sharing it with us.