' Please Forgive Me '
Please forgive me for not being the perfect man;
but yet accept the fact that I am doing everything I can.
Forgive me for not always following through with things I promise you.
Please forgive the fact that I am a human being and I do make mistakes; but know that I am always willing to make them up and do whatever it takes.
Forgive me for all the times I crush and broke your heart; but know I truly appreciate you not walking away and leaving us to be apart.
Please forgive me for letting my anger over power the love I have for you; but believe me when I say none of the hurtful words I said can ever be true.
Forgive me for putting doubt about us into your heart and mind; we are in love and I should always find a way to make it shine.
Please forgive me for the harassment and childish things you have endured because of me; but I am thankful for you sticking right beside me.
Forgive me for allowing stress in my life triumph over how I feel about you; but know that what I feel is so powerful for you.
Please forgive me my love for things I wish I could take back so dearly; know that I will always love you; I hope you can believe me.
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