IBRAHIM SUMAYYA

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Regrets - Poem by IBRAHIM SUMAYYA

Ibrahim Sumayya




REGRETS


Reg rets threatens to choke me out of life
A lonely road to nowhere
is where my heart is
Time cannot heal the terrible painful moments
I don't know how I survive through each day
I wonder where I get the air I breathe
If faking happiness does not erase the mistakes
And forgiveness does not forget what happened
I don't know how and when to shut this hell up
Don't want to waste any more of my life
Pushing away all this nonsense

Everything I thought I knew
Was so wrong
If I didn't spend so much time
Waiting for that one miracle
I wouldn't have spent the better half of my years in the dark
Almost everyday I take all the anger on myself
When memories threaten to shut down my life
There are days I wish I never blamed myself
But regrets flows through me like a river of fire

The most heartbreaking chapter in my book
Are pages of that something I loved so much
I accidentally wasted my entire life
Kissing the ground it walked upon
I regret knowing your ugly face
I regret loving you somehow
You left the best you had
I would rather die then think of you


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 7, 2013


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