Break Up Poem

The Regret Of Letting You Leave

I wrote this poem because it was hard when my boyfriend and I broke up. He said he wanted a break from a relationship, but two weeks later he was in one, and it's so hard to see them together.

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Let It Go

© more by Monica A. Padilla

Published by Family Friend Poems August 2016

I hate this.
You don't talk to me,
You won't look at me.
As I pass by, I hope to hear a simple, "Hello,"
But nothing.
I hear nothing come out of your mouth.
I regret letting you go,
Letting you slip from my fingers,
Never hearing your voice.
You were my everything,
But now you're gone.
You left me stranded, lost.
I don't know what I'm doing.
Every day without you is full of regret.
My days are endless without you.
The regret is so heavy.
I miss you and everything about us.
We were so good together.
You told me you never wanted to hurt me,
But you stabbed me in the heart.
I'm cold,
My heart is so empty without you.
I need you,
But you don't need me anymore.
I see you;
I see you with her,
I see how happy she makes you.
I'm jealous;
I'm jealous she makes you happy,
I'm jealous she gets to hear your voice,
That she gets to see you every day,
Be with you every single second of the day,
But you've moved on.
You've forgotten about me,
Don't even know who I am,
But now I know.
I know that it's time to move on,
To forget all the memories,
To forget us,
To forget you,
So I let go.


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