I was married for 10 years. My whole world had shattered when I turned 30 years old. My husband did not cheat on me, but he called the police on me because he didn't want to argue or talk to me …
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Published: Jan 2009
How Can I Forget?
It's a feeling I'll never forget.
All the experiences that we've shared,
I knew right away that you were rare.
You see, it's hard to find a someone like you,
Usually they're too good to be true.
Though I should've entered with more ration,
But with you I felt so much passion.
I wish those things had never happened.
It feels as though my love's been abandoned.
All I wanted was to make you happy,
So why is it that I have to feel so crappy?
I want nothing more than for us to move on,
But it's so hard now that the trust is gone.
I want to get past this, I really do...
What can I do to make you be true?
My love for you is like an undying flame.
And I once wished for our love to remain.
Do you remember that day, the day that it snowed?
It's the day that I wished for our love to grow.
You hurt me that night, you need to know that you did.
And I need you to know that I can forgive.
But I'm really struggling with trying to forget,
Because I still feel the same as that first day we met.
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Techniques this poem uses:
- This poem is made up of quatrains, which are 4 line stanzas.
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- This poem follows the rhyming pattern of AABB. The last words in lines one and two of each stanza rhyme with each other, and the last words in lines three and four rhyme.
You see, it's hard to find a someone like you, A Usually they're too good to be true. A Though I should've entered with more ration, B But with you I felt so much passion. BRead more about rhyme schemes
- There is a good sense of structure. The poem opens and closes with similar lines.
That very first day that we met
Because I still feel the same as that first day we met.Read more about structure in poetry