I like this, but when I read the thing about the jar I couldn't help but think of when Jack Sparrow yells "I've got a jar of dirt! I've got a jar of dirt! I've got a jar of dirt and guess what's inside it!" in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead man's chest. Sorry, I know I should be sad when reading this, but there was a heart in that jar of dirt! I'm a nerd, so I had to point the jar thing out. Sorry.
T^T it's so lovely, gah, i have that teary feeling T^T Great words, amazing ^^, damn i wish I could write like this!! My friend absolutely loves this kinda thing, she'll be so happy when I give it to her, or will she be sad coz it has such a touching and deep meaning...? A-ma-zing!!
This poem is obviously emotional to an extreme, but I couldn't help but see it as kind of generic. It's disjointed in some places and overall pretty lacking in cohesion; it seems like it doesn't stay on one point or idea for very long, and when the idea changes it's extremely sudden. Sorry you're apparently going through heartbreak though. Wouldn't know personally.
Humans delimitate their minds from regarding that these things don't matter as much as they imagine they do. If someone hurts you, then it simply means they don't deserve your concern or affection. So many people waste their time bemoaning over such primordial apprehensions. If it wasn't meant to be, it wasn't meant to be... The poem is still very well-written, and nicely said. But the point is that humans should just be blissful as long they are still amongst the living, and that they have opportunities upon their future, yet to be grasped. The detriments of life are not meant to be taken critically. Because if you're not dead yet, you've still got a life to live.