Poetry

Coexisted

Written by Jacob Ibrag

She watched as he packed his belongings for

the last time. They’d fight every now and then,

yet this was different. They realized that they

didn’t fit, that they merely coexisted. As he walked

through the apartment door, she thought about

running towards him to ask him to stay. ‘That’s

what would’ve happened in the movies. Ex

machina, I think I found a solution.’ This was

anything but a sliver screen illusion, this was

their reality. A forced dance to the wrong beat.

Part of her wished that she loved him more,

‘I’m sorry I couldn’t be your end all be all.’


Photographer Unknown

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10 comments on “Coexisted

  1. This feeling I have known, over and over

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  2. This is very powerful. Keep up the good work.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. that women has the smuggest look I’ve seen in a long time but people suck – that’s just what they do…

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  4. picture expresses the feelings of the poem beautifully. sometimes to let go is better, than hold on.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Coexistence without love and respect has no meaning at all.

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