Sometimes a relationship ends and feelings are fraught with anger and resentment:
I don’t like you, think the feeling is mutual.
We just don’t get along – I’m being truthful.
Once upon a time ago you were my match;
but it’s over now, you’re no longer a catch.
Nothing ever pleases you, you’re such a grump.
You don’t like my looks and you say I’m a frump.
I try to do everything to keep the peace –
but your complaints against me always increase.
Everything I say to you, you disagree.
I’d be as well alone, I’m already at sea.
I need self-worth to improve my existence –
no longer choosing path of least resistance.
Now the straw’s broke my back and I’ve had enough.
I finally know life should not be this tough.
You seem to think you can do better than me,
and I’m leaving now so you’ll soon get to see.
I have no good wishes for you in the least.
Let misery rain down on you – nasty beast.
Illness and loneliness, poverty and all;
want the worst for you – hope you’re in for a fall.
It’s a very bitter poem. Don’t think I’ve ever felt this way thankfully.