Treasure Island

Dougie Fresh


So sorry I hurt you


I am So Sorry I hurt you,
Words that are void and empty.
Meaningless to the intelligent,
But hold Purpose to the ignorant.
How can anyone be sorry?
Truly sorry,
For things deliberately done?
Sorry are the lies that fly off the lips
Of the erroneous ones
Only to make themselves feel better.
To be truly sorry,
You would never have anything to be sorry about.
Sorry is a fairytale, only holding merit to starry eyed fools
The fools who use the word,
And the fools who believe them.
How can you be sorry for anything done intentionally?
Sorry would be better if it were a four letter word.
And censored from our vocabulary
There is no such thing as sorry!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 19, 2012

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I get so tired of people using 'sorry' as a problem mender...man up and admit you meant what you said and you are glad you said it! ! !

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