samantha cassidy

(may 18 1995 / Geelong Victoria Australia)

Im sorry


i'm sorry i am happy,
i'm sorry i am not sad,
i'm sorry i am happy,
i'm sorry i am not happy,
i'm sorry i am proud,
i'm sorry i am not proud,
i'm sorry i am your friend,
i'm sorry i am not your friend,
i'm sorry i lied,
i'm sorry i did not lie,
i'm sorry i know you,
i'm sorry i don't know you,
i'm sorry i am alive,
i'm sorry i am not alive,
i'm sorry i am exist,
i'm sorry i do not exist,
i'm sorry i have a name,
i'm sorry i don't have a name,
i'm sorry.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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  • Kudakwashe Roak Mutama (4/22/2010 11:24:00 AM)

    well, i really liked this one and i think you have left it in the hands of the reader to come up with their own interpretations and conclusions..... And i have concluded that you were so angry that you just had to let it out..... more like a frustrated person....

    thank you for sharing such a piece (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Siddharth Singh (4/1/2010 2:11:00 AM)

    Contradictions in every single line.
    Very hard to draw conclusions,
    as to what goes on in the poet's mind. (Report) Reply

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