george albot


One day


You’ve filled my days
With such beautiful memories
And I hope that one day I’ll look
Back on them and feel warmth
But not yet, only misery, and upset
For what I have done to you,
You say that you don’t regret a second
But I do, I regret all of it every second
Every letter, every word that I have said
To you, you haven’t ask for any of this
I’ve cost you your happiness’, your job
I know that your life wasn’t a bed of roses before
But just look what I have done to it now
You didn’t deserve any of it
So you should be saying to me
Thank for that ‘’
I had never expected us to fall in love
And in all that time it was happening
I never wanted to lead you on
But reading all I have written to you
Just goes to show how much of a shower
I really ham; ’’
I am so sorry, please come back
You have my word, I will be proper with you
I’ll be the best that I can be
I know that it want be easy
Please come back, just for a month
And then see, please

Without love we just exist
With love we can live
I hope you can
Learn how to live again

XXX

I am what I am
Maybe a dentist

Submitted: Friday, October 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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  • Veteran Poet - 2,932 Points Khairul Ahsan (10/18/2013 11:18:00 PM)

    A good poem, full of remorse.
    Since the realization has dawned, the rue should be over soon. Hope this poem meets the eyes of the person addressed. (Report) Reply

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