“This feels perfect; sounds perfect”, That’s what she said.

This a true incident that happened today:

She was furious; this wasn’t working
Wondered, had she hit a brick red
“It was perfect last night”
That’s what she said.

With one of the best experiences,
She was trembling with confusion of being mislead
“This was the best I ever had, Was it?”
That’s what she said.

Never had she given second thought to it,
Relationship with it; it was her daily bread
“Why doesn’t it work when it goes in?”
That’s what she said.

Moving on; was the only option
Patience was not here; nor in the head
“This Jack is useless”
That’s what she said.

It was time to get a new one
She couldn’t take it; she couldn’t be alone in her bed
“How much is this one for?”
That’s what she said.

She was smiling again; nostalgic.
The feelings unwritten; emotions unsaid
“This feels perfect; sounds perfect”
That’s what she said.

Any thoughts on what this poem is trying to describe?

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