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It gave me a very triumphant of breaking free of one's past, and the last line at the end gave me the impression of trying to forge a new future. Personally, it reminded me of a person that has left an abusive or dysfunctional relationship, given the specific targeting, but I like that it could also apply to an assortment of other difficult situations where someone has been oppressed in some way.
Perhaps delve a little more into the raw, forlorn emotions that one might experience from such a 'break-up', so to speak. I'm getting a lot of raw anger vibes, which fits really well, but there's also bound to be more of an element of regret.
Your poetic technique game is strong - I really appreciate the ample use of the tricolon to give more of a 'punch' to the feelings of resentment, and the little tidbits of allusion to different motifs throughout.
However, I felt that the rhythm was a little inconsistent in places, and didn't always fit with the very aggressive feel. And even though it may not necessarily be intended to perform outloud, try reading it out loud to get a sense of how readers would read it in their head, and make the poem flow even more smoothly.