Agnes Abraham

My Last Regret

You can never not regret
You can never just forget
The things that happen in life
The things that hurt so well.

I never meant to hurt you
I didn’t mean to make you cry
I never wanted to do,
The things I have denied.

But every time I stare,
Deep into his eyes
I wish I could return,
To the time that just passed by.

So I could turn the wrongs,
Into something right.
And fill your heart with desire
To make it burn like fire.

But as I promised not to lie,
And promised not to cry
And not to do the things
I knew would get you mad.

So this is how it ends
Because I can’t disappoint you again.
All I have that’s left
Is the knife that’s in my hand.

I slit my throat with ease,
And fall upon my knees,
And hope that you’d forget,
The things that I regret.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 5, 2009

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Comments about My Last Regret by Agnes Abraham

  • Rinzu Susan Rajan (1/5/2009 2:57:00 AM)

    DARK ELEMENTS MAKE THIS POEM REALLY SAD...

    BUT HOLD ON TO THE FAITH...WHO KNOWS...ONE DAY ALL WILL BE WELL...

    :)

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