I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

A Poem by Homason
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An Apology Letter To My Future Wife.

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So long I've held these tears from dropping,
Many times I tried to be strong but I can't hold them anymore from falling,
I'm sorry.

Maybe I would've waited a little longer,
My fears made time shorter,
I saw myself wine and dine with the wrong-right persons,
I let sweet teach me the right-wrong lessons,
I'm so sorry.

I'm sorry to tell you this now,
I never thought of you until now,
Have we even met before?
Maybe I have seen your face before,
Or maybe I didn't recognize you,
I'm sincerely sorry.

Maybe we walked and passed eachother but stared,
Or maybe we were sit mates in a school we registered,
Maybe we have journeyed by a bus together,
Or maybe we were very close but never spoke up,
Maybe we dated but broke up,
Or maybe we hurt eachother and never made up,
Maybe you belonged to my friend or my brother,
Or maybe we were nowhere close to eachother,
I'm still sorry.

it's time you left my mirror-mind,
Thorny tears piercing persistently from behind,
Danger, Danger, shattered love is blind,
Should you now mind
If I prayed it's you I find,
Holding hands as to bind,
Burning our passed pains?
Again, I'm just sorry.

�" Homason.

© 2018 Homason


Author's Note

Homason
How long did it take you to find your soulmate? How would you best apologize to her for the mistakes you encountered in the quest to find her. Criticize constructively.

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Added on September 13, 2018
Last Updated on September 13, 2018
Tags: Love, lust, temperance, tolerance, truth, confession, deceit, decisions, courage, hope, prayer, regrets, pain, liberty, reality

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Homason
Homason

Port Harcourt, Christianity, Nigeria



About
Humble and friendly. Writer and composer. Author of the book "Before You Quit: A Recipe for Success." Likes to play football and table tennis. Upholds the Golden Rule. more..

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