Aurora Ulch

Rookie (May 19,1998 / Ohio)

I'M Sorry - Poem by Aurora Ulch

Breathless, short answered
And pain I made you pay
It's like an uncureing cancer
The day you stepped away

I'm cutting all thoughts short
Because it always leads to you
Your one out of a sort
Even after the pain I put you through

Forgiveness is a long walk
That I don't want you to take
How can you forgive past the decisiving talk?
It was like a poison I forced myself to make

Still you'll look through all the trouble
And regrets caused by me
I just don't want to be held captive
To take the lie as my responsibility

The laughs I relive
The tears I still cry
My heart would still give
If your presence could just revive


Comments about I'M Sorry by Aurora Ulch

  • Alex Medina (4/25/2012 6:39:00 PM)


    Wow. This is quite similar to a poem I've written. I thought it was good until I read yours. I can easily relate to the regret and remorse of your words. Your poem touched my heart. Keep it up and well done! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 2, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 3, 2012


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