Leigh Parham

Rookie (3/30/94 / Stuttgart)

Sorry


From day to day I wonder do you think of me
It's fun being a butthole til you're labeled as one
I thought once one, always one
You said you wanted to change because you lost friends
Now I see what you mean
Few days together lasted a memory full of regrets
I regret the day I told the wrong person the wrong deeds
to the day I said screw you
The regret follows me everyday and eats me up like a leech
I'm right there in front of you
The words are right there
You stare at me like you know I want to say something I just don't
I could say I'm sorry but I'm scared
The question I ask myself everyday is why?
Asking myself gets me nowhere
Being scared still leaves me with the regret
Why is your friendship worth so much to me?
I'm sorry JJ

Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2009
Edited: Monday, October 26, 2009

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