• Rate this poetry
User Review
5 (3 votes)


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 of Carver, Minnesota is a Writer, Blogger and Professional Organizer. Her work can be found with Clarendon House Publishing, The Ugly Writers, Sweatpants & Coffee, Zombie Pirates Publishing, Love What Matters, and Southwest Media among others. Kelli’s first two self published books were released in 2019 (I Regret Nothing- A Collection of Poetry and Prose and My Name is Zach- A Teenage Perspective on Autism). She has also co-authored 15 anthology books. Her 3rd and 4th books will be published in 2020 and 2021. Kelli is currently writing a book of fiction short stories.
Kelli J Gavin

Latest posts by Kelli J Gavin (see all)

Read previous post:
Sounds of Life, micropoetry written by Mark Kodama at Spillwords.com
Sounds of Life

Sounds of Life written by: Mark Kodama   If life has you singing the blues Enjoy the music, For sometimes the...