“I’m sorry”

“I’m sorry”

“I’m sorry”

 

The more you repeat words

the less meaning they hold.

We’ve been here before,

this exact situation.

 

“I love you”

“I love you”

“I love you”

 

Is “love” really “love”,

if actions don’t accompany it?

Some words can be abused,

even those as sacred

 

as “love”.

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If you find yourself constantly apologizing for the same thing to someone, does it mean you haven’t learned your lesson or is the other person just not understanding enough?

 

©aishaadams2018

 

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Posted by:A'Isha Adams

Mind of a frantic poet. Ambition of an entrepreneur. The heart of an old soul.

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