A small typo in the first line- yours should be your
I love how you make each line it's own stanza because it really makes the poem pop and really puts importance to each line. I love the mystery to all this. The biggest question is how long ago did this happen? It is up to the reader to think about. The poem has a lot of sadness within and it is something I can connect to well personally. It feels like this person ( presumably yourself) hit rock bottom many years ago and they are remembering very painful times. The only person speaking here is a person that is or was very close to you and it was a wake up call of sorts. Going through all that you have made you stronger.
I loved the twist ending, now that you are healing you wonder how nice that person really was.
I personally saw nothing else wrong with the poem besides the small typo. I wish I could nominate!
Loved this. It remonds me a little of the old saying. "don't tar everyone else with your own brush" Sometimes you have to question deeper where the motivation for criticism comes from. A splendid write. Milly x