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written by: Kelli J Gavin



We will never agree
We can’t even agree to disagree
That feels like giving in
Not standing our ground
Agreement seems futile
And seems like a compromise
Agreement means we both believe
In something that is true and right
There isn’t anything true and right
When someone gives in
When someone stops fighting
When someone closes the divide
Just to agree
You’ve given up
You’ve agreed to disagree
Nothing more to discuss
Don’t meet me in the middle
That isn’t what I want
I desire us to be of like mind
Not for one of us to ever give in

Kelli J Gavin

Kelli J Gavin

Kelli J Gavin lives in Carver, Minnesota with Josh, her husband of an obscene amount of years and they have two crazy kids. She is a Writer, Professional Organizer and owns Home & Life Organization and a small Jewelry Company. Look for Kelli’s first book of short stories and poems in 2019. You can find her work with The Ugly Writers, Sweatpants & Coffee, Writing In a Woman’s Voice, The Writers Newsletter, Writers Unite!, Academy of the Heart and Mind, The Rye Whiskey Review, Spillwords, Mercurial Stories, 121 Words, Hickory Stump, Rabid Oak, HerStry, Ariel Chart, The Basil O’Flaherty, PPP Ezine, Southwest Media, Otherwise Engaged, Pleather Skin, Paper.Li, The New Ink Review, among others.
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