Daniel Trujillo

Regret - Poem by Daniel Trujillo

It was all fun in games;
With a couple of drinks.
Acting real lame,
To drunk to even think.

Put the keys in the ignition,
I am ready to go.
Got into a collision,
The bruises will soon show.

I wake up in the hospital,
Knowing my family must have worried.
Remembering's like a riddle,
but i think they must have hurried.

I hear them yelling,
just begging to come in.
Person next to me flat lining
Me; wondering who it could have been.

But I can no longer hear,
My family walked away,
They left me in tears,
What else could I say.

The person next to me sounds familiar,
But it hurts for me to think,
I just want a peek to see her,
Than let the thoughts all sink

Doctor said she got in a car crash,
and i knew it was because of me,
They said it was a hard smash.
Now i had to go and see.

I get out of bed,
To open my curtains,
This young girl dead,
There's no way I am certain.

I hear my family,
Dramatically crying,
Their not here for me,
But for the girl who is dying.

This girl is my daughter,
I can't believe she is dead,
I can't believe that i got her,
Regrets invade my head

To see my daughter dead,
To know it was because of me,
I put my hands over my head,
Hoping to God it was all a dream.

I cannot believe I got her,
I do not know what to say.
She was my only daughter,
and she deceased on her Birthday.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 6, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 6, 2010

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