Ja'Lenna Gillyard

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Sorry Poem by Ja'Lenna Gillyard


I know you wanna leave i know you wanna go but before you walk out that door i got sum things to say sorry fo.. im sorry for the girls sorry for the lies sorry for all the secrets i tried to hide. Sorry for disrespectin you sorry for not lovin you, when u needed a friend sorry i wasnt there for you. Sorry for abandonment sorry for the mishandlin. Sought to never hurt you the way my father did. I need anger management. Sorry for the attempts to kill. Your life i will not steal. You mean so much to me sorry u didnt have much trust in me. Sorry for the broken promises. I just keep wonderin if i aint break those promises would we have never started arguin..Sorry for the past which i cnt change. Sorry for all the silly games. Sorry for the hurtful words, . Idk what else really to say but sorry i aint turn out the right way.In my heart you will always stay i love you n more everyday.
By: Ja'Lenna 5: 09 am

Submitted: Wednesday, March 03, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, March 03, 2010

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