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Forgive Me

I'm sorry that I hurt you.

I'm sorry I made you blue.

I didn't mean to mistreat you

and that part is true

I wish I could re-write the book.

To embrace you in your nook.

I wish I used stronger glue that kept me closer to you.

I wish we get the chance to have that everlasting dance.

I hope you can forgive me

For i didn't want to part.

I'm praying for the chance to a new start.

To move on from where I went wrong

To have you where you belong.

When I look in your eyes, I see the kindest soul, without you, I'll never be whole.

I'm lost without you, that much is so.

Please forgive me, and Please do not go.

I promise to treat you like a queen & to never be mean. I promise to do what it takes & erase my mistakes.

You're the song in my head day & night.

I miss waking up to you- most beautiful sight.

I'd give anything to hold you tight.

I promised to never let go, to always fight.

I promise to always treat you right.

I never meant to hurt you as i ultimately hurt myself. I regret how i was, Now that part of me is in the past, I'll do anything to make this last.

I'm truly sorry I let you down.

Please let me turn this around.

My heart is heavy & yearns for you.

It always has been & always will be you.

And that much is true.
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Submitted by kschoonmaker on March 03, 2021

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