Reanna Thornton

Rookie (10/20/1982 / Michigan)

I'M Sorry - Poem by Reanna Thornton

I’m sorry
that i bought you roses to tell you that i like you

I’m sorry
That I was raised with respect not to sleep with you when you were drunk

I’m sorry
That my body’s not skinny enough to 'satisfy' your wants

I’m sorry
That I’m not cute enough to be 'your girl'

I’m sorry
That I am actually nice; not a bitch

I’m sorry
I don’t have a huge bank account to buy you expensive things

I’m sorry
I like to spend quality nights at home cuddling with you, instead of at a club

I’m sorry
That I am always the one you need to talk to, but never good enough to date

I’m sorry
That I always held your hair back when you threw up, and didn’t get mad at you for puking in my car, but when we went out you went home with another girl

I’m sorry
That I am there to pick you up at 4am when your new woman pitched a fit and dropped you off in the middle of nowhere, but not good enough to listen to me when I need a friend

I’m sorry
If I start not being there, and being used as a door mat, only to be thrown to the side when the new bitch comes around

I’m sorry
If I don’t answer my phone anymore when you call, to listen to you cry for hours, instead of getting a couple hours of sleep before work

I’m sorry that you can’t realize.. I’ve been the one all along.

I’m sorry
If you read this and know somebody like this but don’t care

But most of all

I’m sorry
For not being sorry anymore

I’m sorry
That you can’t accept me for who I am

I’m sorry
I can never do anything right, and nothing that I do is good enough to make it in your world.

I’m sorry
I caught your gf with another man and told you about it, I thought that was what friends were for...

I’m sorry
That I told you I loved you and actually meant it.

I’m Sorry
That i cared

I’m sorry
that I listen to you at night talk about how you wish you could have done something different.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008



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