Suraj Samtani

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Apologetic Regret - Poem by Suraj Samtani

Although it may be finally happening...its happening too little, too late.

The mood now. Its all just too sedate.

I disappointed myself.

I don't even have a life on that shelf.

I've let myself down.

I have so many reasons to frown.

On me, I let the others pound.

& That caused such a horrible silent sound.

What to do now, when its all too late.

To your success I bow, for mine I continue to wait...

You set me up so well.

But like a block of dominoes, all my living dreams just fell.

For my past I have regret.

All the expectations of me have been unmet.

There's not much that I can undo.

Except apologize to you.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 5, 2009

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