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Noah Body


I'm so sorry...


Gotta say it girl.. though it be wrong
Without you the best half of me is gone

I'm sorry, so way beyond I cannot ever say
It wasn't a lack of trust in you... no way

It wasn't that I no longer loved you
Or from my life I wanted to remove you

I couldn't trust me... oh please can't you see?
If it kept on never stopped would the trash be

Psychosis was totally in control of my brain
I didn't want it to bring you any more pain

You have your own beast to torture you
You didn't need mine piled upon you too

I thought what I did was the best thing for you
Now it's done nothing but cost me my friend too

I can never, ever fix it or make it all right
Yet the tears rolling down ever blur my sight

I'm sorry Laurie, all that I have is that
Not nearly enough to make it better or all pat

Submitted: Sunday, January 13, 2013

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Very poor I know. In my mania today I can barely think though it's getting better. Just so sorry for all I've screwed up. It hurts so much. I never meant to hurt her. In the psychosis and depression of the last week or more I... I dunno. No freaking excuse for what I did. It'll never be better. Can't fix it... but gotta get it out somehow. Cost me my best friend.

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