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Relationship Lessons

I lie in my bed at nights and look through my window Praying a star would fall so I could just make a wish I kept making the same mistakes thinking you would still stay Your cup was full so our relationship took a sudden twist You got fed up of my bad treatment and continuous neglect So you packed one day and just walked through the door I cried and I pleaded to you so that you would stay with me But tears ran from your eyes when you said I can’t take no more I was taught a very valuable lesson that day by you And that's don't realize what you have when it’s already gone I under estimated the value of the woman that I had in my life She left and I was left to face this cold and dreadful world all alone Now all that is done and we are now living our lives a new We are meeting new people and starting life all over again It’s funny but all these incidents has really changed me I really don't regret meeting you I’m sorry though that it had to end I really and truly don't know how your life is turning out right now But I know for a fact that the past has taught me to do better And I know you might not even care what’s happening to me But I feel as if I am really obligated to writing this letter I really don't consider our encounters that we had as a bad move Instead it made me stronger so I considered it to be a great test No matter what transpired between us I still pray for you And even if u wish bad for me I still wish you all the best So I ask of you not to talk down about past relationships and people Because they taught you what to look for when you try again Relationships are like school lessons taught by your lover or ex's I think I have said my piece so like any other story I guess this is THE END!!! By: Marlon A Malcolm

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017




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