I Said But Now I'M Sorry

Poem By Holly Heron

I said your heart was made of ice,
I said it was too cold,
I said your fire had long burnt out,
And may have never burned,
I said your eyes as black as coal,
Could never hold a humans soul,
I said your words were twisted,
And never would serve good,
I said these things and didn’t mean,
To make you do what you did,
I said these things not knowing,
The noose that stroked you neck,
I said these things not seeing,
You step from your safe chair,
I shouldn’t have made you go so far,
And said the things I did,
I said but now I’m sorry,
And wish they’d went unsaid.

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