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I'm Sorry
by Colby Stead

Your misery wants company,

But still you sit alone.

In a castle of your history,

With walls made out of stone.

You try to let go,

But this is all you know.

Your solitude wants gratitude,

But grateful you are not.

Wrestling with rectitude,

And giving all you've got.

You try to stay strong,

Even though your strength is gone.

Jump in the river, swim in the storm,

See if the water, the water is warm.

Let the tide take you, take you away.

See if I'm sorry are two words you'd say.

Your loneliness wants

Tenderness careful in its care.

Breathing deep the emptiness

That is empty in the air

You try to inhale,

But your lungs and heart they fail.

Your broken heart wants love

To start making you feel weak,

But your lips won't come apart,

Forgiveness can not speak.

You try to admit,

But your pride cannot do it.

Jump in the river, swim in the storm,

See if the water, the water is warm.

Let the tide take you, take you away.

See if I'm sorry are two words you'd say.

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