My English is not really good enough to leave a critique, but I still would like to say something.
I really like how you use sliver and gold. It's quite clever. I will try to explain this as best as I can in English, but basically even if I gave something precious to someone I ended up hating, I still wouldn't want it back, because that leaves space for new things, better things, like a dandelion growing in the quarry. I dunno if that made sense, but I'd rather have a few small dandelions than old silver (Unless it's literal silver and dandelions. MUHNEHS! YESH!)
This is quite a beautiful concept. I really like your use silver and gold here.
I'd like my silver back, but at the same time I don't. Those pieces of myself I've shared with others were given in love. I'd rather not tarnish that with hate, especially for something I can never take back.
You need your iron ore taken, You don't want this solid wall and old bonds broken without anyone passed. You don't need all the parts of yourself you threw away that you regrettably opened up to the world. You need your iron ore taken.
Beautiful piece. Likening the beautiful parts of yourself to silver was cool. Wanting to smelt it back into pure form to reforge it was also cool. I can understand and appreciate these metaphors. Well done.