'I'm Sorry' - Poem by E.J. Langley
I remind myself that I've already done the hardest thing.
That I can't share my peace with those of whom my sickness has tarnished
is in part the cost.
I must bare this and remember who and what I was.
I've already done the hardest thing and now I must live with it.
'I'm Sorry' falls on deaf ears to those who don't care to hear anymore.
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