William Mowell

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I'M Sorry (Poem For Ashe) - Poem by William Mowell

I'm sorry for that day
That day I let you down
For my actions I still pay
Nothing is a frightening sound

Listening to 'No Damn Good'
Kinda fitting don't you think?
Glimpses of where you stood
Gone with a simple blink

I can still hear your words
Implying that I'm no damn good
My memory of that night blurred
The meaning a little misunderstood

I wish I could make things right
But I know there's no going back
I'm in a basement without a light
My life's flown off the track

You were more than a friend to me
Like family, the little sis I never had
This burden I may never be free
There's just one more thing I'd like to add

You're a great person
I hope that you know that
Don't let anyone tell you otherwise
There's no denying thats a fact

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011

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