The setting was idyllic, young love’s a beautiful thing,
Crossed paths at uni, since then inseparable, day by day googly-eyed at one another,
If the love is real then consider yourselves lucky, passed the game of love already,
While others are breaking up and making up, distinguishing the real from the fake, riding on that rollercoaster of emotions ubiquitous within the game,
Y’all can sit back and smirk at ‘em, but the tectonic plates were awakening,
Slowly began to shift, the resulting shake left one of you blindsided,
It was a bolt from the blue, struck you while you were gearing up for mid-terms,
A Dear John letter that pulled no punches, sent via text message for good measure,
It sure was unexpected, but has a right time ever existed?
One month of bliss had come to this, all that time and commitment wasted,
Hit him back for an explanation, clinging onto faint hopes of reconciliation,
For half an hour y’all went at it, you even wished him all the best, ‘til he’d had enough and bailed, left you glassy-eyed on read.
Keep your chin up, Girl, it ain’t the end of the world,
Happy endings ain’t guaranteed, might have to go through different suitors ‘til it’s achieved,
One and done’s an exception for the most part, could take time to find they that deserve the keys to your heart,
The dude quit on you, and by cowardly means, too, so don’t even get hung up over that fool,
Take all the time needed to get over him, shed all the tears required,
But do make an effort to move on, like the proverbial phoenix you must rise from the fire,
How can you find the so-called one otherwise? Can’t attract the new unless you de-clutter,
A brighter future lies ahead, you need only to turn the page and start a new chapter,
Now you’ve loved and lost, others would say you’re a better person for it,
A learning experience or the start of the fall, on which path will you be treading?