Pam Morris

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I Am Sorry - Poem by Pam Morris

Day, with its bright sun
its cheery attitude.
I am sorry I am mot perfect,
and cannot be all you want.
Leave your brave courage
in the toilet, rewind your
selfish ego, don’t fast forward
to the past.
Day, with its swaying breeze
I am sorry trees, I do not
Sway as you do. I am sorry
i could not meet you halfway
under the maple, my leaves
were falling to quickly,
Day, with its busy folks
I am sorry I cannot fly away
with you to the universe
of simple love.
I am sorry I do not
have metal wings
to fly to your paper moon


Comments about I Am Sorry by Pam Morris

  • (6/18/2007 6:15:00 PM)


    Well another piece that makes me think...I love that it opens the mind and is imagery full! Don't be sorry you have talents different then the ones U speak of in this poem...U have the abilty to write and to make the reader think.
    Take care of U
    =Shelley=
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 11, 2006


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