Sara Peeters


Your Regret - Poem by Sara Peeters

You say you have no regrets,
but one day even you too.
Will regret what you’ve done,
As I regret what I did to you.

One day you’ll wake up,
and you’ll understand.
That the girl next to you,
she wasn’t what you planned.

You’ll know she’s not me,
in every movement she makes.
She can’t possibly be,
she’s just a cheap fake.

You don’t love her at all
Or at least it’s not the same.
Yes, its easier with her,
but your heart calls my name.

You tell me your happy,
and maybe you are
But do you really think
that this is going far?

She helps with the pain
Maybe some days it’s good.
But you know deep down
It’ll never be what it could.

You will feel my pain,
when you look in her eyes.
You will feel all I felt,
when I told myself the same lies.

But it will be too late
You told me to move on
So that’s what I’ve done,
I will be long gone.

You will know that
you threw me away
even when I came back
begging to stay.

You throw away love
as I once did too
And if you come back,
I also won’t have you.

These are my last words
a final caution to you
You will hold regrets
before your life's through.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 23, 2010



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