Unforgivable Forgetfulness - Poem by Yor Nella
The card has been written and the poem's complete.
All was ready for my wife so loving and sweet.
But this silly old man with so little to pack
Left the card behind and it's too late to go back.
What can I say my love? For it's so very sad.
To forget your anniversary card was so bad.
So I have bought a postcard hoping it will do
‘til I can give the original card to you.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
card back at home (150 miles away)
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