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I liked how every line ended with a period, allowing each line to be separate from the others. This made each line sing uniquely. I also just noticed the rhyme scheme, which surprised me. That was a neat aspect to add.
I'd like to know more! I know poems must end, and the beauty is in the brevity, but it's so rich that I'd love to see this idea expanded or continued in a Part II.
Again, I'd love to see this as a series, perhaps progressing as you age? Maybe a series of poems that slowly close the gap between the "me" in the poem to present-day. It would be interesting to see a "Dear Me" poem written to your past self six-eight months ago, whenever COVID-19 was impacting you the most. (My prayers and hope for you in this matter. I'm sorry if this is a sensitive topic for you; I intend no offense.)