I'm sorry for what I've turned you into

By CryMeaRiver

I’m sorry for what I’ve turned you into 
seeing you this way
breaks me in two 
and I’m the one who did this to you 
I’m sorry for what I’ve turned you into
Black, whites and grey 
no color to display 
now that things have gone my way 
I wish I could turn the clock back 
to yesterday 

The blood has run dry 
I no longer want to die 
scar tissue healed 
but a new issue revealed 

When I turned you into 
what you've become
I realized the real issue 
and started to run

But rather than away 
I should've ran to
becuse you 
wanted to solve this issue too 

So I'm sorry for what I've turned you into
when I think of you out 
please pass me a tissue 
you never know what you've got, until it's gone 
is it so soon that you'd be moving on? 

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Copyright 2019 CryMeaRiver
Published on Saturday, September 28, 2019.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

We don't always realize it but our actions don't just effect ourselves, they effect all those around us; especially those we love.
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  • Flavorless On Thursday, October 3, 2019, Flavorless (15)By person wrote:

    Heartache likes to linger, but I hope you can learn from it and grow. You write well, try to keep at it friend.

  • sadistic intent hex On Monday, September 30, 2019, sadistic intent hex (208)By person wrote:

    Sometimes the pain of watching someone go and then self destruct is a whole new level of pain.

  • SolApathy On Saturday, September 28, 2019, SolApathy (651)By person wrote:

    Our internal strife infects those we love in life...In our endeavor to let them be free we always seem to make them bleed... --A great write, faving this. It flows really well.

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