Situation Isolation

Poem By Breanna Verkon

If you see them say that I am sorry.
If you see them say that I regret any harm I've caused,
That I truly care about them,
And that a part of me will always miss a part of them.
And if you see them,
Tell me who they are.

If you see me tell me who they are,
Tell me who I have hurt.
And tell me who I am missing.
And if you see me,
And tell me,
I will thank you in attempt to redeem myself
For my lack of appreciation,
Which has put me in this situation of isolation.

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