Sorry - Poem by Satyapriya Gupta
Sorry: heavy yet just a five letter word,
To apologize; such a difficult verse,
Forgiveness, the remedy for a broken curse,
Braveheart is you, don't leave me midway: in a rush.
Pride, a masseur for the ego of a cur,
Blissful memories forgotten all in a spur,
Sad moments form unhappiness in a blur,
Everything goes haywire except bitterness without any stir.
An err forgiven is considered divine,
Its a human nature, so please be kind,
Thou wrath on me showered by your keen chide,
A misunderstanding does not make me a mean snide.
The soft words of a friend the heart misses,
Life is so barren without your cute kisses,
Forgetting me is no manuscript of your thesis,
Sorry, my soul says in such a crisis.
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