soumya j pratihari
Am Sorry Again! - Poem by soumya j pratihari
How am I going to make you realize what you mean to me,
How can I hide the immaturity that you don’t want to see,
You have been saying this time and again,
That all I gave you was little love and so much pain.
Those indelible memories of the bygone days, whose being a part you now regret,
Those carried away moments with this someone special whom now you want to forget,
Our teachers taught us that forgiveness is the best revenge,
By turning down my apologies what is it my dear that you want to avenge.
Having loved you as a boy I can never grow to become a perfect man,
Twas your love that made me a kid, driving me insane,
A spouse’s love is to a man, what a mother’s love is to a son,
Moms don’t outlive their sons, that is why men fall in love.
Now that am broken and lonely as my mom is asleep,
Theres no one I can talk to while I take this whisky sip,
Its all spirit that’s flowing in ma veins,
Would you just pick up the fone and lemme say am sorry again?
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