All she could see

In front of her
There was a man
Asking for forgiveness
For mistakes he didn’t do
And all she could see
was that she was right.

Inside the man
there lay a broken heart
Battered and Tattered
From distrust and dishonesty
And all she could see
Was that she was right.

And although his mind
Was still working well
He’d grown tired of trying
And weary of crying
And all she could see
Was that she was right.

But as he tried his best
to convince her still
That he was innocent
Of all his convictions
All she could see
Was that she was right.

He slowly pointed out
How her logic failed
How What she considered right
Was to be thought over
But all she could see
Was that she was right.

In front of her
There stood a man
Who couldn’t take it anymore
As he stood there helpless
Because all she could see
Was that she was right.

The man snapped
And blurted words in despair
Words which, in the future,
He wouldn’t even remember
But she’d never forget
That she was right.

He almost hit her
But withdrew him arm
For although he had lost it,
He still maintained morals
And all she did see
Was that she was right.

He left the place
Both angry and sad
Hating every bit of her
And hating himself more
And all she could see
Was that she was right.

At night came a message
filled with her apologies
Saying she was sorry
For hurting him so.
But in the end, she didn’t forget
To point out that she was right.

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2 comments

  1. what can I say, you write this poem like you’re a wallflower. A really nice poem. Keep up with your works. :—)

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