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Relationships can be tricky,

One day you're fine,

Next you're begging them to stay,

As you sit staring at the ceiling in the darkness,

Wondering what went wrong,

You think up every possible scenario,

But none seem right,

That's the thing about relationships,

Sometimes when they come to an end,

That reason never shows,

Which keeps you up,

Keeps you thinking,

Trying to find your reason.


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Free verse
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Thank you so much for your comment i think you're completely right.

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Hi m.p., I think the first line is unnecessary. The rest of your poem is sort of uneven, needs a little tweaking, here and there. For one, you could remove some "the's".
The theme is one I think we can all relate to. Perhaps it would sound better if it were less "telly", more like sharing with your readers.
Welcome to Neopoet and do bring on more, you'll have plenty of good advice in a nice way from this family of poets.
All the best, Gracy

"My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies; fairy tales of yesterday will grow but never die, I can fly, my friends.” – Freddie Mercury

I would like to thank you. You have helped my poem become better than before.

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If "relationships" don't work, forget it. It's the others who are probably to blame. Be promiscuous! It's more fun and no hassles. No need to get depressed.

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