(28 March 1862 – 18 July 1915 / Australia)

Sorry, I’m So Sorry

Sorry for making you mad
Sorry for everything I said
Sorry for lying to you
Sorry, I’m so sorry

Sorry if I disappointed you
Sorry if I hurt you
Sorry for everything
Sorry, I’m so sorry

Sorry that I liked you
Sorry that you did
Sorry for turning in to a which
Sorry, I’m so sorry

Sorry that I loved you
Sorry that you didn’t
Sorry that we had to fight
Sorry, I’m so sorry

Sorry for still loving you
Sorry you don’t love me
Sorry for ever loving you
Sorry, I’m so sorry

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Comments (10)

There is a royal restraint in thy sad rhyme, Dis-calmèd calm, and passion passionless, .../// it's greatest tribute poem on the sonnet of the great W. Shakespeare.........../// like it
When leaves are yellowing in the sallow sun And evening’s bloom is flush across the sky, When haggard summer tottereth in his run And gracious moist-eyed autumn draweth nigh.....haunting expression. Beautiful poem.
A more perfect poem could not have been chosen as classic poem of the day. Shakespeare would have been proud of the sonnet you penned in recognition of his great sonnet contribution.
And each wayfarer as he stoopeth there Doth spy a face that is most like his own, So weary and—ah me! —so woe-begone That almost he forgetteth his deep care.. a very fine poem. tony
A glowing tribute to Shakespeare and his creative genius. This poem in itself a great poem worthy of classic poem of the day.
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