|Reese, I really enjoy the sentiment behind this poem. It makes me happy that you so thoroughly enjoy poetry and find healing in verse. Unfortunately, I can't say I enjoyed this poem very much. It has tremendous problems and several of them. Starting with your rhyme scheme, your first two stanzas follow an a bb pattern and then you drop the rhyme scheme for the remainder of the poem. That's a big problem, a rhyme scheme is like a contract, you must abide by it once you have set the rules. Otherwise, it leaves a bad taste in the mouth of the reader.
Next, your stanza length is inappropriate, you change from three lines to four for exactly one stanza for no clear reason. That's also a big problem. You must be consistent in stanza length and rhyme, both are very important for the flow and rhythm of your work.
Next, your last line is far too short and adds no meaning. A poem's sting must have an impact! if you want to make the reader feel your pain of jealousy then use an image, add a metaphor or use a poetic device.
Finally, your poem is sorely lacking in imagery, emotion, and themeing. The whole thing could use a new coat of paint and a fresh polish.
I'm very sorry that my critique is so biting, I don't wish to be so negative or hurt your feelings. I hope you improve this work, and when you do so, let me know, I will be happy to re-review it and it's changes.