Neo Molefe Wa Peloeahae Peloeahae

Rookie (01January 1988 / Katlehong Natalspruit)

I Am Sincerely Sorry


For making you think all men are the same
I am sincerely sorry
For all the promises I made but never kept
I am sincerely sorry
For not making you my number one
I am sincerely sorry
For sharing my dream with the outside world
I am sincerely sorry
For making you feel naked
I am sincerely sorry
For not saying thank you
I am sincerely sorry
For wanting more whereas I had everything
I am sincerely sorry
For making you to say sorry
When it was not your fault
I am sincerely sorry
For words I didn't say which you wanted to hear
I am sincerely sorry
For hurting you to your soul
I am sincerely sorry
For not singing to you a Happy Birthday song
I am sincerely sorry
For taking late nights call in your presence
I am sincerely sorry
For making you feel less special
I am sincerely sorry
For making you feel less loved
I am sincerely sorry
For making you feel cold
I am sincerely sorry
For the gift God gave me
But I just didn't appreciate it you were that gift

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 26, 2013

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