When we broke up I cried
But were better off separated
We fuss and fight but I
Still love you I can't deny
We used to have fun
But now we have to say goodbye
I love you so deeply that it kills me
But I just got to let it be
I still think about you all the time
I wish it could work
But it can't
And were better off separated
This is the first poem I've read today. It's so simple and the short lines really bring out the emotion behind them. The short lines to me are like sobs, short bursts of tears. I like the 3rd line where the line breaks with "but I....". I think you managed to convey your feelings quite well in this poem. Well done
So sad! Things always happen for a reason.I love your poem, it touches me. Kudos!
by Sheila Wilson 6 years ago
Does it bother you when people call any short poem a haiku?As a haiku poet, does it bother you when people write a short poem, usually one that follows a 5-7-5 syllable pattern, and call it a haiku? Don't you wish people would learn what haiku is? I love the form, but I'm usually let down by what...
by Dreamer at heart 7 years ago
Can you write a short poem on the spot here?
by elisabeth reid 10 years ago
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by TerryMarc 8 years ago
If you want to add a poem is that considered a 'Hub"?
by MissJamieD 6 years ago
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by Kenna McHugh 13 months ago
"If the writing is honest it cannot be separated from the man who wrote it." --Tennessee Williams
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