This piece seemed to have a calm tone with a touch of bitterness underneath, which was very effective in the way you portray the "last acknowledgement." It was read with ease and understanding with its own sense of complexity.
A few suggestions:
Extend the line. Don't be afraid of long lines when it comes to rhyming. I found some of the lines cut short and it made the flow a bit bumpy. For example-
"Of all the things
I have inspired
it would seem sadness
The word "reigns" should be moved up to the end of the third line. I realize that you might have put the word "reigns" on a separate line to emphasize the rhyme or importance of the word. However, as a personal opinion, "reigns" might work better if it is added to the third line because flow is important, and when the significance of how a poem flows is acknowledged, the reader will better understand the idea you've presented. The reader can't expect you to do all the work for them now, can they?
One last suggestion is to add "the" to the last line of the first stanza to make it "the pain" (again, "the pain" would work better if it was added to the end of the previous line). The meter was a bit off there.
I don't have anything else to say, really. I think you did a nice job on this one, and I look forward to seeing more of your writing around this forum!