Unspoken Regrets

How many dreams—have gone astray?
How many lives—have passed away?
How many regrets—night after night?
How many longings—to make it right?
How many marriages—have fallen apart?
How many lovers—with broken hearts?
How many tears shed—day after day?
Because these two words—were failed to
say—
"I'm sorry."

by Gloria Garrion

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