Drunk Poem With Impressive Spelling and Grammar

And I let you go,
No epilogue.
Some might say
This is not
A happily ever after
fairy-tale ending
But I would argue
That maybe yes, it was
Because I have learned
Not to weep at endings
But to laugh at happenings
And you know what?
It happened.
We happened.
And it was wonderful
Until now;
There comes a time
When one person always has to watch the other leave
Which is why
I left.
Rather than be left, again
And again,
I chose to leave;
Not because I couldn’t stand to see you
But because I couldn’t stand
To let you leave
As I watched.
And I let you go
And I let you live.

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