A quick poem about a Love in Spring


A short love poem that didn’t evolve the way I thought it would. Losing someone when you thought they will be there is just another experience. It takes away your trust in things and people. It’s okay though you grow up and learn from this. You now understand better who to trust and who not to.

Hope you like it!

In spring I met him

He loved my laugh 

And asked me for coffee

In summer we cuddled on his bed

While the screen played some random movie

In fall my life started falling apart

My smile weaken and my eyes lost their shine

And through I tried to battle

with all my might


In winter I hoped he’ll warm me

When hopelessness sunk in deep

And there was just air below my feet

But he didn’t.

Distance was all that was granted

With expectations of a love broken

I fell lower than I thought I could take 


Laying on the hard cold ground

Gasping for breath

I think

I was really stupid in spring

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