Hillary Unknown


Sorry


You say you’re sorry
But what does that mean?
Are you just saying it
So we’ll still be a team?
Sorry means more than just
Having your way
Sorry means something
To me everyday
Sorry means meaning you’re sorry
With every fiber in you
Sorry means doing things
That you don’t want to
Sorry means love
In so many forms
Sorry means cleaning up
The mess in the dorms
Sorry means loving someone
No matter the times
Sorry doesn’t mean always
Saying the right lines
Sorry isn’t the answer
To a fight
Sorry isn’t always good
In the morning light
Sorry is when
You mean what you say
Sorry is when
You don’t get your own way
Sorry doesn’t stop
Him from leaving
It doesn’t stop
Your heart from heaving
When you hear his name
It doesn’t stop
The gut-wrenching pain
Sorry is meaning that
You’ve done something wrong
You want to forgive and forget
And move along

Submitted: Tuesday, July 01, 2008
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