I’d hate me, If I were you


Forgive, forget, and move on,
I don’t know, how you do it.
‘Cause 4 years and 5 months later,
I still can’t look myself in the mirror.
After what I did to you,
I don’t know me anymore.
Who am I? I have no clue,
And my heart is still sore.
But you forgave me in an instant,
Didn’t even ask for an explanation.
And years later, I still ponder…
“Did you care?” I wonder.
‘Cause if our places were reversed,
We would no longer stay friends,
That would have been the end.

For NaPoWriMo Day 6

For this poem, I took a line, ‘If our positions had been reversed, would I have forgiven her?’ from The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin.

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17 thoughts on “I’d hate me, If I were you

      1. I thought so .. but the other person just moved on .. not too disturbed .. some situations may be wrong for one and right for the other. But for my conscience, I felt guilty back then .. long ago, so long ago !

  1. Beautifully worded and so genuine! I love that you promoted the antithesis of being able to forgive. Too often we want the beauty that comes with taking the higher ground, but real life is full of lesser nobilities. And in the truth that is our imperfections, there is a truer beauty to be seen. Well done!

    1. Thank you so much, Brad. Really means a lot to me. So glad you could see it that way. Much love. 🤗🤗❤️❤️❤️

  2. How Easy It May Be Shreya to Turn Once
    LoVE iNTo Resenting Contempt

    That Never Ends Now

    For Without For Giving

    Thanks Giving

    Where Shall

    Love Fall to Rise

    Without Strength Yes
    Will of Love Grace in Balancing

    Force Forgiving Last Human Standing

    Love First Human Forgiving Others Staying True Now..:)

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