cheryl davis miller
I Quit - Poem by cheryl davis miller
I've loved you with an un-dying love.
A love I think you know nothing of.
The kind that don't change with the weather.
A love one can't describe; nor measure.
A love that produces commitment.
That is not neglectful; nor absent.
It's there in the good and the bad times.
Constant and consistent; not sometimes.
Through many heart-aches, I have stood fast.
Thought love could each episode; out last.
This last round of craziness did it.
This poem is to tell you that; I quit.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Sometimes we simply must walk away.
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