This poem is not a personal story though I found myself writing a long spiel about why this poem’s narrator is not a sympathetic character. I deleted that multi-paragraph spiel, wrote a long paragraph, and deleted that too. So I’ll just draw your attention to the second and third lines and beg each of you to be on the lookout for that kind of language in your lives. If it’s others speaking it, be cautious. They might be speaking legitimately without considering any implication in their wording. They might even be in the right. But that kind of wording is usually trying to be subtle in shifting blame to another (in the poem’s case, the blame is subtly placed on the recipient. If the recipient would call, the narrator could get the narrative back on track.) If you find yourself saying these words, take a step back and consider why.
That is not a hard and fast rule–it’s not even a rule at all. Not everyone speaks the same way. Just put the best construction on things and don’t fret about it. Cautiousness does not have to be paranoia. Trust does not have to be ignorant.
Language is a powerful tool that can be used for good or bad. Use it for good.