I care enough to let go

Sea of Thoughts By Lindsay Rapp

There is no room for me

I’ve tried placing myself in your space

We just don’t fit

You want it your way and I need it mine

I always knew we would part ways

Just not with hate in our hearts

You want what’s mine

You want my time

You want my mind

You want all of me

I’ve expressed my concern of ownership,

And I am not one to conform

I want what’s mine

I need my time

I cherish my mind

All of me is not an option.

17 responses to “I care enough to let go”

  1. An interesting exploration of friendships and relationships and the concept of being possessive. Sharing never works if one partner is obsessively possessive, but equally cannot work if the other is jealous of that possession. Sharing is also about giving, sometimes it means giving another time and space, that can mean respecting privacy. I would say the relationship / friendship comes to an abrupt end when you discover you cannot talk about these things 🙂

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    • I agree. The moment you can no longer communicate is definitely a negative sign in any relationship. One should never desire to possess a person. It’s never a good outcome, even if equally are possessive. Thank you for stopping by and reading! 😊

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