David Darbyshire

(6/11/54 / Darwen England)


When you came home Late
and you were in a real state.
I think we all agree
what I need is, 'an apology'

But you must realize
when you apologize
This comes from within,
and not from a face with a stupid grin

So lets make a fresh start
no more sorry's, no excuses
and we will see
what this produces

Submitted: Monday, June 19, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 07, 2010

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  • Duncan Wyllie (6/19/2006 12:47:00 PM)

    Very muture and honest write here, you had stated what you needed to say and without malace
    A great lesson for many
    Love Duncan x (Report) Reply

  • Kristin Davis (6/19/2006 4:20:00 AM)

    Amen! Mr Darbyshire Amen! All I know to say is been there done that before! Short, simple and well said! A great read I give this an awesome eight!

    ~~~~~~~Kris~~~~~~~ (Report) Reply

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