Self-Inflicted Poem by Tex T Sarnie

Self-Inflicted

Rating: 5.0


I didn't want to tell you a lie
because I know that if you found out
you would say goodbye
and I would be left broken-hearted.

But someone else told you
that I had done you wrong
and that I had been untrue;
now I'm broken-hearted.

It wasn't just the lie that I regret
I also regret that I cheated.
My conscience will never let me forget
and I'm suffering being broken hearted.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Aarzoo Mehek 10 December 2021

When God can forgive why not human beings? Conscience is the best repenter. Truth in your words will soften the hearts

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Leann Pilgrim 10 December 2021

Ur conscience may not let U for give Urself but people can learn to forgive if Ur to be honest with each other and hold no more large secrets

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David Wood 09 December 2021

Why go out for a take-away when you have steak at home? ?

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Tex T Sarnie 24 March 2022

Pointless words to a vegetarian my friend.

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