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Seems common that when couples break up that nearly everything reminds you of the other person.
Adele admits that committed many sins, but only because her man made her. Someone is shirking responsibility.
By “poison”, Adele is most likely referring to either drugs, alcohol, or another woman.
Going against everyone telling her not to, Adele went out with this guy thinking that he was a good person. Now she’s starting to understand what her naysayers meant.
A metaphor for their exit: she said goodbye to the chance of them ever having a pure relationship.
She takes responsibility for contributing to the destruction of the relationship even further.
Adele let herself fall for him and when she did, he did the same.
All of her thoughts of unrequited love and abject loneliness are weighing Adele down.
She doesn’t know what her true passion is; she doesn’t know what she is looking for in a man.
Like many embittered women when a relationship ends, Adele sought closure.