Amri Ramsey


Something I Have Learned - Poem by Amri Ramsey

Something that I have just recently learned.. Is that people change. Sometimes it's a slow process so you might not even notice it at first. Other times it's so fast you can't believe what you're watching. You can't stop others from changing into who they want to be. Every single person has a different personality, a different lifestyle. Sure, it can be similar to your own, but not a single person is exactly the same as another. Relationships, such family, partners, friends, they all have difficulties. What you decide to do with it is completely up to you. It might hurt like crazy, but follow your gut. Your heart doesn't always tell you what's best. Your heart might even tell you to stay because you love someone. If you're in a toxic relationship with anyone please open your eyes. Try and see what is around you. Don't stay because you're scared. Don't change your moral standards for approval of others. If you need to leave them then do so. The same goes for friendships. There is such thing as a bad friendship. You might not know at first. You might love your friend to death. It is possible though, that you're wrong. And you could end up doing something you never thought you would do. You could hurt your family and even other friends by the choices you make for one friend. People do change. They change for themselves and it is up to you whether or not you stay and try to change with them. Be true to yourself. Don't change who you are for the sake of others. You be you. Be the best you that you can be. Change is good. But don't change for anyone but yourself. Thank you for taking time out of your day read this. Have an amazing day

Topic(s) of this poem: changes, choice, lessons of life


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 31, 2016

Poem Edited: Monday, August 1, 2016


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