Sincerely, me.

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An exaggerated version of an apology to someone special.

“You had to kill me but it killed you just the same.”

 - My Tears Ricochet

 

 

You uttered a comment of repugnance;

Painted me in a contemptuous shade.

Your facade let out crystal disdain,

from the cracks that I left

after my child-like Hurricane.

Death shall never be permanent enough

nor a sentence merciless enough

for the worry that I evoked

on your ethereal features.

Forgive me, my love.

For I didn’t know,

your eyes were worth cherishing

more than the most priceless of diamonds

Sardonic as it may sound,

Senseless as it may seem,

You were Charlotte Dymond.

and I was Matthew Weeks.

Sincerely, me.

 


Submitted: June 16, 2021

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