Treasure Island

Chris Tasie

(5th January / Ibadan)

Sorry


Sorry I popped my face
That faateful day
And danced a steady race
Via your pretty way

Sorry I showered so much care
(Those moments of bliss)
To make you forget your previous dear
And build your world on Chris

Sorry I am now saying sorry
Why dare to start at all
At the eleventh hour, changed the story
Breaking an innocent heart in all

Sorry for the dying embers
If I had wake from this slumber
If again I had come any closer
You had still be my kids' mother

Sorry... Sorry
For now all I can say is sorry

Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 02, 2012

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