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Poem: I'm Moving On

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Poem Summary

I'm moving on is a poem about when you find yourself tired of helping someone who just hurts you in the end. You stand motionless watching them make the same mistakes over again. There is nothing you can do to help them until they learn to help themselves. It is time to let go.

"Rascal Flatts - I'm Moving On "

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I'm Moving On

My heart aches in pain
from watching you destroy yourself
it hurts deep down inside,
but there's no need to worry about me,
I’m fine.

Standing strong, with tears streaming down my cheeks,
you can't hurt me anymore,
I’m moving on with my dreams
leaving you behind,
I cannot fix you this time.

Only pieces of my heart are scattered
beyond repair,
never to heal,
but no need to worry about me,
I’m fine,
I’m moving on.

"Don't Worry Bout Me"by Zara Larsson

© 2019 BRENDA ARLEDGE

Comments

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on February 05, 2021:

Peggy,

You are right!

It's a hard choice to just let them go on alone...but sometimes tough love is the only way.

Thanks & have a great evening.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on February 05, 2021:

There is only so much that we can do for others if they do not want help. Sometimes it is best to move on.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on February 05, 2021:

Misbah,

Thank you.

You grasp this one exactly.

Sometimes you have no choice.

Take care and have a nice day.

Misbah from The Planet Earth on February 05, 2021:

Very heart touching and true...

That happens when you are so tired of same situation over and over again that you are unable to help that particular person and feel like nothing can change now, my presence or absence doesn't matters to him. So okay i should move on. Let him live the way he wants to live

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on February 05, 2021:

Sometimes you have to let go

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 01, 2019:

Thanks, Dana.

Glad you enjoyed this one.

Dana Tate from LOS ANGELES on September 01, 2019:

And then, self healing can begin. A touching poem Brenda, full of strength and courage.

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