Well written, I liked the yearning and hoping it portrayed. It's sad knowing deep down that the person you anticipate may not be returning and beating yourself over wanting them too resounds greatly. Well done-
I love the transition that of false hope being a bad thing, to being a crutch used by the speaker for actual hope, it's something I'm guilty of and can relate to it. I've noticed the usual themes of dandelions and references to nature from the author's earlier work present in this, which indicates to me that this piece builds on top of their earlier work and the idea of false hopes can be inferred from the other poems. As for this poem; it's heartbreakingly efficient at what it's aiming to do.