(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Too Deeply Inflicted To Forget

How can someone undo a bitterness done.
And stung to wound,
Over something assumed.

And what are the thoughts,
Does one have going through their head?
Knowing what has happened...
Will eventually bring another,
Sadness instead.

And when it is discovered a mistake was made.
No apology seems to suit,
An anger that was laid.

A reputation was ruined.
And that was done with intent.
Creating a lifetime of resentment...
That one chooses to now call,
Merely a simple accident!

Some accidents leave scars...
Too deeply inflicted to forget!

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