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You Never Once Said Sorry

You Never Once Said Sorry

A Poem by sunlight
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tales of the past..

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The sidewalk felt cold against my face.
Blood dripped silent on gray, night time paths.
Over and over,
The hands and legs
Rained down,

Numb.

A man shouted,
Pulls him away.
'Leave her alone.�
Echoes in my bruised ear.
Voices raised,
I drift
Outside my body.

Alone.

Eyes blurred, glasses
Swept and lashed
Out
Thrown as a drowned puppy
Into rivers unforgiving.

Alone.

Arms pulled
Friend�s faces
Concern.
And I awake
On a couch ridden
Swollen faced morning,
In mid November.

Alone.

The workplaces� questioning eyes
Are answered with ;
�Drunken Fall!�

Bus stops.
Homeward bound.
Couch ridden.
Look into your face.

The one that isn�t bruised.
Yet swollen with wordless regret.
That you hadn�t done more damage than you had.




 

 

© 2008 sunlight


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One that has long since passed, thanks be.

Posted 11 Years Ago


i'm sensing a story here xd

Posted 11 Years Ago


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Added on February 26, 2008

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sunlight
sunlight

cork, Ireland



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im a 31 year old girl,young at heart.I have written a bit of poetry in the past and would like to share it with others to get some feedback. more..

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