Poem #33

They say you learn something from every experience.
It’s true and I learned a lot about you and
how you were no good for me and how you
only love yourself and how I would have only
suffered around you.
Regardless, I want to tell you that I threw that
knowledge away like an old math book and I’m
giving you one more chance to come back because
they also say: Repetitorum est mater studiorum.

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11 thoughts on “Poem #33

  1. Luna, you have found an important truth. Poetry is a sky for the soul. Your poems are beautiful birds in this sky.

    1. Thank you very much 😊

  2. Repetition is the mother of learning 👌👌💯
    True to the T!🙌✌

  3. Really? –That is, is this poem drawn from life, or is it an imagining? –Either way, it is refreshing.

    1. It’s drawn from life, as is everything I post here 😊

  4. Beautifully written Anand Bose from Kerala

  5. My mantra is totally opposite to giving anybody another chance i.e. “You fool me once, shame on you. You fool me twice, shame on me.”

  6. Reblogged this on Notes and commented:
    My mantra is totally opposite to giving anybody another chance i.e. “You fool me once, shame on you. You fool me twice, shame on me.”

  7. You certainly painted both sides of that coin:) I loved it!

    1. Glad you liked it, thank you for your comment 😀

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