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' Wires - Acrostic (or) Misunderstandings... '


S incere, Specific

O mit Object



S ad Subject - Suspect

O pen, Optimistic

R egret - Realistic

R eflect, Request Revisit

Y ou, Yet …


I Did Not Mean To Offend You
I Say This With Regret
I Have The Highest Regard For You
… Admire With Deep Respect

I Would Never Insult You
Or Belittle, Or Upset
Not Knowingly, Nor Callously
My Affection and You … Have Met

So, If Our Paths Cross, or Get Lost
Please Forgive, If You Can’t Forget
For The Words Of Your Soul (Now Silent and Cold)
Still Haunt Me … Even Yet …

Submitted: Thursday, November 26, 2009
Edited: Thursday, November 26, 2009

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