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This poem is about this girl that I was going out with. It was going great and everything. But then things changed. Now she is gone and she is with somebody else. I said things that I shouldn't and now there's nothing to do but just hope she'll accept my apology.
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|by Duke Nguyen
I'm sorry for everything you've been through
It must've been very hard on you
I'm sorry for all that's been said and done
I was the moon, you were the sun
I'm sorry for not making everything right
But the situation I was in, was very tight
I'm sorry for not lending you a hand
If only I could be a better friend
I'm sorry if it seemed like I didn't care
Lucky for you, your special- someone was there
I'm sorry for breaking your heart
For forgiveness, where do I start?
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