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  1. 21. Free

    • By Justine Hibe
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2012

    Poem about letting go...

    Even if it's hard for me
    To let you free
    I'll do it for you
    So that you'll not be lonely

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  2. 22. I'm Busy Finding Me

    • By Lorelei
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 18, 2021

    I miss you in silence
    And every moment in between
    But I’m a little busy unfolding
    Those pieces of who I used to be

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    One has to find themself, I agree, and not be totally reliant on somebody. I know because I was never allowed to live freely; now my independence I treasure dearly.

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  3. 23. Forgetting You

    It's time to move on and just let them go. It was fun while it lasted, but it's time to close that chapter.

    There is a time to love
    And a time to forget
    A time to get rid of
    And a time to close set

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  4. 24. I Used To Love You

    • By Avery Rose
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2016

    This poem is about how love, no matter how strong, will still fade if unrequited.

    I used to love you,
    Gently, carefully...
    As I was afraid of falling too deep.

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  5. 25. Let Love Go

    • By Kerry P. Howland
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2017

    I wrote this poem with the intention of letting go of someone I love deeply who no longer claims to love me.

    His love for you,
    he cannot show.
    For this alone,
    just let him go.

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    Very effective solution to mental peace has been given just in four lines. But it is easier said than done.

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  6. 26. Nothing Stays The Same

    I wrote this to help a friend who was going through a hard time. I hope you always find a few kind words to share with those you love who are grieving.

    The earth spins like a rolling ball.
    Stars shine bright then fade away.
    Darkness melts and turns to light.
    The sunrise starts another day.

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  7. 27. I Love You

    • By Karissa L. Bailey
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2006

    A woman struggles with feelings she still has for her man after she has already broken up with him.

    The intentions are real
    But the truth is untold,
    Patiently awaiting the lies to unfold.
    Her heart shatters with the thought of his touch.

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  8. 28. What Healing Is Meant To Look Like

    I’ve been holding on to little fragments of you for a long time, because I could never bring myself to let you go all at once.

    But deep down, I know I need to let go of these pieces. I can’t move on when I’m living next to these reminders of the people we were - the way we wrapped ourselves in each other. I don’t know what healing is meant to look like, but this feels like a good place to start.

    I don’t know
    what healing
    is meant
    to look like,

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    I'm very fond of short, powerful, poems, and this is one for sure. Recovery can be the hardest thing we do, but it's always, always, worth it. Good write/read.

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  9. 29. Forgiven

    • By Tiffany Baker
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2013

    The story behind this poem is about my ex-boyfriend. We spent three and a half years together, and a year of our relationship he was in Iraq. I did love him more than what I thought possible, but while he was gone we grew apart, although we never wanted to. I used to blame him for my broken heart, but when I met my husband, I realized that, although we had grown apart, it wasn't all his fault. I still love my ex, but I realize now that I am no longer IN LOVE with him.

    You were like a shining light
    Into the darkness of my life
    I was taken back by the way you smiled
    I knew from the start you'd always have my heart.

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  10. 30. Blessing In Disguise

    I met a boy, and he left his girlfriend for me at the end of the school year, and we fell in love during the summer. When we went back to school in the fall, he cheated on me with his ex. I continuously went back to him every time he cheated on me with the hope that things would be better. He used me, and I was distracted by the love I truly felt for him. My first love ended up leaving me for another girl exactly how he left his ex before me. He left without a word after a year and a half of dating.

    I still remember the moment we met
    The time we shared, I'll never regret
    That summer in the sun we spent together
    I can only hope you'll always remember

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  11. 31. Emotions After Breakup

    • By Peery J Wambui
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems September 2018

    This poem is about having to move on from a breakup but you can't stop wishing things were perfect and wanting your partner close to you again.

    I don't love you,
    But I also don't hate you.

    I don't want to think about you,

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  12. 32. Can't Stop Going Back To Him

    • By Marissa
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2013

    A poem about my boyfriend. We constantly fight.

    He gets her every time.
    Those blue eyes hypnotize.
    She believes every lie
    That he's ever told her.

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    I kept going back to the same man for 12 years, even though he cheated, lied, and beat on me. He left me and married someone else, and I still took him back.

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  13. 33. To Feel

    This song was inspired by my friends.

    You have to be hurt to feel pain
    You have to feel dryness to feel rain
    You have to walk to be able to run
    You have to feel rain to feel sun

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  14. 34. The Mysteries Of Love

    • By Tia Poindexter
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2015

    I was feeling very bad about a breakup I had, and when I feel bad, I write. This is what I wrote, and it made me feel better.

    Love is a mystery never to be solved.
    When two people have history
    and are so involved,
    how do you save it

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  15. 35. Ashes In My Eyes

    • By Aprille Ruth Sidro
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2011

    This poem is about letting go of someone you wish will love you back, but seeing him happy with someone is the reason I set him free.

    When the sun starts to fade
    No, I won't give in 'cause your
    face still remains
    and your soul is beneath my skin.

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    My story is not finished. It won't be the end of my story until The Good Lord calls me home. It's been so much, so soon. Let me tell you how I want it to begin. March 31, 2006 I was in a...

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  16. 36. What Once Was Real

    • By Nacole Grogg
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2008

    I am a recently divorced 27-year-old mother with three kids. Writing has helped me cope with my divorce as well as finding myself again. What we live makes us who we are.

    Once when I looked at you
    time stood still.
    I could hear my heart sigh,
    this love is real.

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  17. 37. You In 8.2

    It is proven that the amount of time that it takes to fall in love with someone is about 8.2 seconds. What inspired me to write this poem was how fast it all goes by. And then one day, you could be sitting on your bed, crying for another chance when they've already left. All in a matter of well, seconds.

    Only seconds
    to fall in love,
    to be immersed,
    to want someone.

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  18. 38. Time For Me

    I wrote this poem about a long relationship that was always one-sided, and I finally realized that I was becoming a person I didn't recognize or like. Here, I'm telling him that it doesn't matter what he says or does, I know that it will never be enough, and he will never change, so I have to leave for myself.

    Today I will leave
    And without a fair trade.
    I don't care if this hurts you.
    It was your bed you made.

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  19. 39. Always Be

    I am a simple girl with simple thoughts, but on occasion, something will flow through. With those simple thoughts, I've always had complex feelings and emotions. It's always been hard for me to reveal my true self, unless I put it in writing. Everyone has that one person they wish they could express all of their feelings to but can't for some reason or another. These feelings can be hard to express. This one goes out to the one that got away...

    We've connected through times of joy
    Even through times of pain
    I can see right through your show and
    Unfortunately, I have to let you know

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  20. 40. The Girl Who Wished For A Time Machine

    Everyone has dated someone who couldn't let go of the past. This poem is about a previous love who could not put the past in the past.

    These teardrops beside me flow,
    From a quiet, happy, thankful soul.
    The years taking their expensive toll,
    Her beautiful smile a grand seed to sow.

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