I’m Sorry

I’m sorry.
I wasn’t lying.
I wasn’t.
You were the only person to whom I told the truth.
The only one I trusted.
I told no one else,
And so you thought I’d lied.
To you.
Lied to you – how could I?
You wore your disappointment on your face.
Why didn’t I explain?
Or apologise?
So many times I almost did,
Words on the tip of my tongue.
But the moment was never right.
The scar not ready to be poked.
I thought there would be more time.
I was wrong.
You’re gone,
And..
I’m sorry.

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Today’s prompt is to write a poem which makes an apology you’ve always regretted not making.

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7 Responses to I’m Sorry

  1. wbdeejay says:

    A great heartfelt poem Pooky. I feel that. And I was struggling with why an apology might be necessary considering you told the truth, but then I thought perhaps the apology is due for all the other untruths around it, that confused the true words you spoke to the other person.

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  2. colonialist says:

    This one is really touching. And tragic. Well done!

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  3. topazo says:

    so sad…delay can be dangerous…I wonder why we wait for the right time for anything..no time is ever right

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    • PookyH says:

      This was the same conclusion my husband and I came to with regards to having children. If we waited for the right time, we’d still be waiting now. They start school in the autumn 😉

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  4. mtanub says:

    So simple and realistic. ♡

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