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Question: Write a poem about the people I love being better off without me in their life

Asked by james1

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In life, sometimes drenched in self-doubt, it's easy to think and say, That those we love would be better off, if we simply went away. But let me share a different tune, a different song to sing, For your absence would not be a joy, but a sorrowful missing thing. It's true we have our faults and flaws, as everyone must bear, Maybe sometimes we think aloud, perhaps we seem unfair. But there's an undeniable truth, as clear as the morning ray, Our presence in others' lives matter, in many a priceless way. They say that love's a funny thing, it weaves a complex thread, And sometimes stings like a bee, yet can be as soft as a feather bed. You feel you're causing nothing, but unending strife, Yet it's through your love and lessons, they've learned the meaning of life. Your laughter, a remedy to their pain, your voice, a comforting melody, Your words, the balm to their wounds, with love's blessed remedy. Your presence, undeniably, like spring's first gentle weather, You hold them up, give them strength, and bind them together. If you disappeared, it would cause a void, a silence deep and profound, Your absence would echo through their world, an emptiness, unbound. It's easy to imagine, when shadowed by guilt and shame, That their sanctuary could be found, if you were out of the game. But you are their harbor in life's storm, their beacon in the night, The lighthouse in their darkest hours, signalling love's light. And so remember, dear one, in love there's no measure or scale, For the heart you touch, the love you give, could never be termed as 'fail'. It's not about being perfect, or without error or flaw, Love is about embracing all, the tender, the raw. So push aside those thoughts, for they are vastly astray, For the world of those you love, would not be the same, with you away.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 16, 2023, 11:54 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, September 16, 2023

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