Breaking free from a relationship that is tearing you down. That is one of the hardest adulthood lessons that I am developing. Because I am starting to see that some relationships are not supposed to last. This is geared towards a romantic relationship I had in highschool.
And instead of making a list on how to properly deal with your unique situation that has led you to keep reading this, I have poetry that will stir up an issue, if there is one.
Let’s jump right into it.
I didn’t think it was that beautiful.
And he loved beautiful things.
“I love you” literally fell out while I exhaled.
Year by year he believed it.
And year by year my heart sank.
When I threw those words out,
He threw “I love you” out too.
And I still don’t know if the pain was from my little lie.
Or his little lie.
I didn’t like that beauty.
But he did.
And I wanted to be loved.
So it became beautiful. So beautiful.
Thank you for reading. This poem is about there being absolutely no love in a relationship. If you relate, please take caution. Just “being together” because that is all you know, is not a great reason to be with someone.
We all want to be loved. Fake love, however, is not love at all. Personally, I ended up finding Jesus after I let go of the person who was holding me down. And since then, I have been learning what love is all about.
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