hotcheetos

hotcheetos
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Recent pages by hotcheetos

A poem about coming to the realization that someone is not good for you anymore; and the thing that was once good, has become toxic and dysfunctional.
A poem written in the form of a letter about forgiveness and having hope.
This poem is about being in a relationship with someone who is emotionally damaged but, for some reason, you cannot seem to be able to break free from that person.
A poem about arming yourself with knowledge when it comes to emotional abuse.
A poem about meeting someone and not letting the past get in the way of a possible future.
This poem is about my breakup with my girlfriend of four years. I broke up with her on Monday. I feel terrible but I know it's for the best. I let it go on much to long. I should have ended it much sooner.
A poem about a woman who is emotionally wounded and struggles to keep herself together as she attempts to rebuild her life.
Just a quick poem I came up with. Most of my poetry is written quickly and without much editing. I'm sure it shows. Enjoy.
A poem about letting go. Letting go of the things that keep us from being free.
A poem about how good it can feel when a relationship ends. That may seem like a sad thing to say but it can be true.
Falling apart can be so fascinating; especially if you try to look at it from outside yourself. This poem explores the concept of the past colliding with the present.
Traveling gives me too much time to think; about the present and the past. This poem is about over analyzing and struggling to let go, even when you know letting go is the best possible thing.
A somewhat nonsensical poem about what happens when you have insomnia and you start to feel like you are going to lose your mind if you do not get at least a few hours of sleep.
A poem about coming out of a toxic relationship and learning to love yourself again. Not only learning to love yourself but find yourself and discover what your wants and needs are so you do not end up in the same type of relationship again.
I was reading an article written by a woman about finding her "ride or die" partner and it really spoke to me. I had never heard of the term "ride or die" partner but I like the thought of it. So here is a poem about just that sort of thing.
After this relationship I feel as though I have PTSD. No joke. I have never been dragged through the mud like this before. I'm just thanking God that it is over.
Thank God I am traveling out of the US, even if I am missing the Fourth of July holiday with my son. At least I am far far away from her.
A poem about it being over and the more I try to make sense of it the more confusing it becomes.
A poem about what can happened when you fall in love with the wrong type of person.
The only way to get over this is to get it out of me. I want to run away from here screaming and never look back. But I can't. I have to stay and soldier on.
So, here I go again. Another love lost. Another relationship ends. Get ready. I'm gonna write about it.
A poem that is actually pretty darn close to actual events.
A poem I wrote about a young lady I knew several years ago.
A short story from the past that still haunts me to this day. I guess there are some things we never really get over.
This actually came from a book I was working on years ago. The book got put on the back burner and was never finished.
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