Treasure Island

Litbet Ragot

(28th April / Kenya)

What did I do wrong?


Standing alone
I can’t feel the pouring rain
The tears are too much to bear
So many thoughts running through my mind
What did I say?
What did I do wrong?

His face
The hatred in his eyes
The hurtful words he said
It was unlike him
He had changed
What did I do wrong?

What if I go back?
What if I
Beg him to forgive me
Beg him to take me back
Beg him to love me again
Beg him to stay with me
I just don’t understand
What I did wrong.

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 14, 2013
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