Alexander Foald


Regrets Of A Dying Man - Poem by Alexander Foald

I want to walk again
Under the same sun I left alone
Need to breathe the same way
When I used to live a good life

I want to love again
Meet the woman I left yesterday
Maybe she won’t forgive me easily
But life is hard; so I only have to try

I want to sing again
The same song I left to die
One can make such a good fortune
So why can’t I make my own?

I want to make things right again
The same way I left to rot in memory
If only I can bend time backward
I would rather live without ever regretting


Comments about Regrets Of A Dying Man by Alexander Foald

  • (12/14/2009 1:56:00 PM)


    wow very nice, deep and dreamful poem.only if we could...10+ (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009



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