Suzanna Chevalier (4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)
Some regret what they've done
they know they need to say sorry
and make peace with someone.
But saying sorry, is the hardest thing to do
especially if your drunk and don't have a clue.
But even if deed done unconscious
and you didn't mean
you still need to say you're sorry
for it helps you come clean.
Clean of any karmic debt
you want to die with no regrets
Written by Suzanna Chevalier on March 22,2011
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