Isabella Francis

Rookie (18 June 1996 / India)

A Faulty Apology


I hate myself for crying and hurting you
I did it without having a slightest clue.

You won't talk to me now I know it's my fault
But it was my innocent wish to feel a tears' salt.

I've forgotten how to cry, you know it too well
I did it just for the sake of remembering how it felt.

I have no justification to give, no apologies to offer,
Just ‘sorry' for this terrible deed makes it far from over.

I love you yet I hurt you
Somehow, I am the person who always hurts you.

I've told you all what I know
Now it's your wish to either accept me or turn and go.

You want me to be strong, with a smiling face
Realize, only you are my support base.

I'll die if I see your eyes drenched in tears
Seeing you cry because of me is my greatest fear.

Reply me and revive me
Or forget me and kill me.

Do not let me hang midway
Let me be with you or be on hells' way.

Submitted: Saturday, March 31, 2012
Edited: Saturday, March 31, 2012

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