Nicholas Wayde Turner 24


I'm Sorry


Look over there.
All of her secrets just hit the front page.
All the lies that she told are finally out in the open.
She moved to a different town with a brand new name.
She's hoping to escape all the chaos that she brought on herself.
She tries to build everything from the ground up.
But it's nearly impossible because she hurt so many people.
She pulls out a brown box from the dumpster hoping to keep warm.
She carefully thinks about what she has done.
Now she is crawling back with her tail between her legs.
She's ready to say those two magic words.
"I'm Sorry! "
February 14,2015

Submitted: Monday, February 16, 2015

Topic of this poem: sorry


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  • Gold Star - 9,848 Points Michael Mcparland (2/28/2015 4:16:00 PM)

    This one touches my heart in numerous ways. In things I need to apologize for in my life and feeling the sadness you express in the piece. It really touches me. (Report) Reply

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