Nice job, when it's all said and done.
It does do a good job causing you to wonder what the intended context is. Is it for someone who had a break-up? Some who died? Just someone being a bit over dramatic?
And I honestly think this is a strong aspect of poetry.
However, while that's a good thing for poetry, it all doesn't make it. While I stand by that this is a good poem, I would like to give you some advice:
1.) This poem could really benefit from either another stanza, or another line for each stanza. Considering the basic premise, giving it a bit more detail helps.
2.) This goes for this poem, along with anything else you may do: Give your words a little more kick. Aim to say what you need to say without repeating words. (Take note that if you have more than one character/perspective, you can get away with this).
3.) For the Future, consider the idea of showing more than one perspective. It could simply be having the character look at it in a different perspective, or you could show another person reacting to the same situation, and how it contrasts to another.
Either way, it was a nice little poem.