Seperation - Poem by Jade lee
You can shake your head in disbelieve
Things that you thought only happens in movies
How could they have happen to you?
Falling in love is a wonderful thing,
It’s when two independent souls become one
When sweetness is twice as good
When strength is twice as strong
A force that can move mountains
What happens when we fall out of love?
We can’t even stand alone
The loneliness is twice as bad
And we became weaker than ever before
A pain that can stop us from breathing
When parting is the only way to go
How do we pull ourselves together?
How do we face a world of harsh judgments?
How do we stand alone and strong once again?
How do we stop blaming ourselves?
How do we stop blaming others?
How do we stop blaming at all?
Where do you find the strength and hope?
What do we do about the lost times?
What’s the point of the lesson learnt,
when you don’t even want to live.
Who cares about tomorrow,
when today never seems to end?
The only good about separation is
when being together has become unbearable.
There is always a way out,
always a reason why things happen the way they did.
Embrace it even when you don’t understand it at the time
Impossible is merely an excuse for those that are too scared to try
Just like you have to die for a chance to see the other realm
It might not exist, but how would you know if you never tried?
For those who think it’s the end of the world when breakup happens.
The world still turns, the sun still rises, and others lives on.
Grief, cry, and hide, once you’re done, come out and join the rest of the world.
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