Khloe Kardashian is waxing poetic on Instagram again in what can only be described as an essay on relationships directed at Lamar Odom.
Since his near-fatal overdose in a Nevada brothel last year, Khloe and Lamar's relationship has been filled with highs and lows, but the reality star finally filed for divorce from Lamar less than a month ago.
Then, earlier this week, we learned that she cut Lamar off financially after he relapsed and began using heavy drugs again.
In the now-deleted post, Khloe shared an image of a quote that read, "They start missing you when they fail at replacing you."
Oh, honey. Don't we all know that.
In the caption, she let it all hang out in a seven paragraph half-diatribe, half-advicey piece on one of her favorite topics of late: love and loss.
"You don't know what you got till it's gone," she started. "I say, you knew what you had, you just never thought it could slip away."
"We often take for granted the very things that deserve our gratitude the most," she continued.
You hear that, Lamar? YOU HEAR THAT?!
"Don't lose something you have for something you think you want," she went on. "What you have now was once everything you prayed you wanted."
"Think of how lucky you are to have someone you can be completely comfortable around, that is a true gift and one that should be cherished at all times."
You can read her full rhetoric below if you've got time:
Although the note certainly rings of her tribulations with Lamar, Khloe later expressed the frustration she feels when fans assume she's speaking about one particular person.
"Interesting… When you post too many selfies then you are narcissistic and vain," she tweeted after removing the Instagram post.
"When you post insightful thoughts they automatically make it about someone and take away the meaning of creative writing. They turn it negative," she continued.
"I'm here to uplift and hopefully help someone as I've been helped by encouraging words," she finished.
Khloe makes a habit of sharing cryptic quotes and thoughts that sound eerily like she's referencing personal events in her life - namely, Lamar.
In April, she shared another lengthy manifesto about letting go of loving a "broken" person. Who could that be?