Regret - Poem by Winter Raine
I see you across the room
Sitting silently by
While I ramble on and on
Waiting to catch your eye.
Lately I have been so good
No-one around suspects a thing
Suddenly I am alive again
I wonder what tonight will bring.
Now it is just you and me
In a quiet room alone
This is right and very wrong
If only you had known.
My spirit is awake, renewed
My mind aroused with wonder
I hoped you couldn't hear my heart
To me it was like thunder.
The moment passed, we parted ways
Our paths never crossed again
But there is always some regret
When I think what might have been.
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