True Regrets - Poem by Angelo H.G.
I regret that lost love
the fight that could have been avoided
the steps I have taken early on
I regret when I made her cry
the friendships that ended
my lack of disciple and wisdom
I regret not being as social as I would have liked to be
I need to live in the moments more often
count my blessings and keep reminded
to appreciate those around me
I regret the procrastination and slacking on this road I walk
I regret the missed opportunities
I don't regret the good times and kisses
the summer times with friends
the search for a soul-mate Mrs.
But if I must be honest with myself
I regret regretting
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