Aalok Sensharma

Rookie - 41 Points (7 december 1997 / Meerut/India)

I Apologise

Sorry, for my wrong deeds,
Sorry, for my selfishness,
Sorry, for my violent nature,
Now, I just want to apologise.

Sorry, because of my use of bad ways.
Sorry, because I turned gainst this society.
Sorry, because I betrayed everyone.
Now, I just want to apologise.

Sorry, I was in bad company,
They were doing wrong,
And the tried to put it on me.
Now, I just want to apologise.

Sorry, I just want to say,
You can blame me.
Sorry, I want to make a request,
Please, pardon me!

Sorry, I just want another chance,
Please, give it to me,
Sorry, I want to make a request,
Please, pardon me!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 26, 2013


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I have composed this poem to say sorry to my those whom I have hurt when I was in bad company

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