I'm Sorry Poem

A different kind of apology.

My Punishment

© Norman Keith Morgan
Stood strong
Stood proud
Through my smile
Crying out loud
Sit in my wheelchair
Try to pretend
It's the beginning
Not the end
No longer tall
No longer strong
Stomach aches
Things I did wrong
Paying for my sins
Know it must be
Sorry to my family
There is no glee
Race against time
Already lost
No playing with kids
Cold as frost
In the end
Sins paid in full
No longer livin'
And still unforgiven.

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Published: Sep 2009

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  • I had a falling out with my youngest son. I wasn't the best parent in the world and so now he is letting out his anger. he has been to Iraq twice and has already been hurt by the mother of his 2 children. what I'm trying to say is I apologized but he cant forgive me. so I'm searching for something to help us.

    Shirley Submitted Sep 2009
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