happiest poems featuring Moving On

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rxerikashea
rxerikashea Daily Poems • Romanticize your life

I’m sorry I tried to understand.

You can’t help someone who doesn’t want your help.

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letting you go

ok i went full sentimental dont blame me.. ok?

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rxerikashea
rxerikashea Daily Poems • Romanticize your life

I’m okay most of the time.

After the breakup, I’m okay most of the time.

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mmmmb
mmmmb some stuff from my brain

Fuck You & Your Buick too

Something I wrote a little over a year ago — after my first real partner (of a year) ended things without any warning. Not even a week prior, he had introduced me as his future wife @ his family reuni...

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eliandrews
eliandrews Gifted Writer I'm tired

Until Rainbows turn Clear

Sometimes moving on does not equate to forgetting. I think it's best to learn from every person we meet, no matter if they stayed or not.

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eliandrews
eliandrews Gifted Writer I'm tired

We Both Said we'll Let it Go

A short piece dedicated to a long sigh There's a bug while setting up tags I think, am I doing something wrong? Halp ._.

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unspokenwords
unspokenwords Things we never said and Said

Expressing thoughts

expressing thoughts

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starry_skies
starry_skies Bronze Comma 𝐵𝑒 𝑏𝑟𝑎𝑣𝑒. 𝚂𝚝𝚊𝚢 𝚜𝚝𝚛𝚘𝚗𝚐.♡︎

Fall

A free verse poem about fall. 🍁 🍂

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xxangexx
xxangexx Navigating life with therapy & poetry

Shadow A.L

This is the first real poem I have written since I was a child. This is my attempt at self expression and making sense of my past, present and future.

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houseofbones
houseofbones goodbye to a dead world

t h e s t i l l h o u s e

a poem about an abandoned home with dead memories

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