Donna Francis

(Kingston)

I'm sorry


I'm sorry I loved you too little
And never not enough
I'm sorry that you were hurt
Marked forever by a touch
I'm sorry that nobody knew
About your stories

I'm sorry that you were left alone
Left in dark room
I'm sorry you never saw the sun
Not even the moon
I'm so sorry for everything

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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