Family I'm Sorry Poems

Poems about Saying I'm Sorry

When you live in close proximity with other human beings there will be many times that you will offend each other. Families inevitably hurt each other from time to time. Saying "I'm sorry" are the two words that can repair your relationship. Without apologies the bad feelings are allowed to grow until eventually they grow into something so big and ugly that it is almost impossible to repair. It is difficult to humble ourselves and admit that that we may have made a mistake. However, when you think about the repercussions of not making a simple apology, you will realize that it's worth the effort.

Poems about Asking for Forgiveness

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  1. I'm Sorry Mom, I Do Love You

    • By Regina T. Curiale
    • Published: February 2006

    I told you I didn't love you with a smile on my face.
    The smile quickly faded when I saw your heart break.
    From internal bleeding, your eyes turned red,
    As red as the handprint you wanted to leave on my cheek.

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    Hi, right now I am currently ten years old turning eleven. And I don't really know how to start this but, here it goes.... So every time I do something my mom doesn't speak to me until I...

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  3. I'm Sorry

    • By Andrea P. Forster
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem For Forgiveness From A Mom

    Mom I'm sorry for all of the tough times I put you through

    There are many things that I did to you that I shouldn't have
    But I think it's about time that I say I LOVE YOU...

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    • Rating 4.34
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    I get what you're saying. I break my mom's heart so much, and I never do anything to show that I am sorry except for saying an apology and then not changing. I've made her so distraught that...

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  4. Broken Promises And Apologies

    • By Shelby K. Hudgens
    • Published: November 2007
    Poem About Mending Relationships

    You promised to be there for me,
    You lied, but I forgave you.
    You promised to never hurt me mentally,
    You lied, but I forgave you.

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    You did the right thing for your brother. That's the main thing. Your dad will be struggling with the fact your brother was placed with you. A bitter sweet taste: happy he is with you, but on...

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  6. A Place Called Home

    • By Heather R. Tindall
    • Published: November 2007

    Feeling tense, it's so hard to breathe, as every night I cry so desperately,
    To put the hurt in the past, as I walk out my room, my heart beats so fast.
    You shouldn't feel so scared to talk, so scared to joke, or so scared to walk.
    You don't have it bad. Grow up You're immature! is what you say, then why do I hurt so bad each day....

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    This inspired me to tell my family how I feel, thanks so much.

  7. Sorry

    The phrase "I'm Sorry" you may agree
    Has turned into a social amenity
    We say "I'm Sorry" more than Brenda Lee
    Which was a hit song for her back in 1960....

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    That was the best poem I ever heard. Thanks it really touched me.

  8. Now You Are Gone

    • By Quenette L. Hernandez
    • Published: February 2006

    A heart is torn open,
    A love is broken,
    A life is empty,
    With few words spoken.

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    It's funny how sometime it's the guy that says the wrong thing, and the girl disappears. It goes the other way most the time. As long as you're sorry and that they truly love you, they should...

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  10. Forgive My Mistakes

    • By Anna Liz Williams
    • Published: March 2011

    I know I've made mistakes
    So why should I even try
    For when you look at me
    All you see is that I lie...

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    • Rating 4.28
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    I lost my wife, the love of my life, today. Hold onto those close to you. Don't take them for granted. Just love them selflessly. I believe it's all that matters in this time on earth.

  11. Trouble

    • By Tanya M. DeVeer
    • Published: February 2006
    Troubled Times Poem

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    Troubled times are here, as we knew that they would come
    Not because of the situation, just because life in general is not always fun
    But we can overcome them, together we must
    Because the love that we have shared was surely built with trust

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    • Rating 4.27
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    This story has touched me, just because my family is a lot like that. My parents down me and don't help me walk the walk with God. I am the only one in my house saved. I go to church...

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  12. My Punishment

    • By Norman Keith Morgan
    • Published: September 2009

    Stood strong
    Stood proud
    Through my smile
    Crying out loud...

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    • Rating 4.06
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    Hi Shirley, I too have troubles with my daughter. It's hard not to be forgiven. I was 17, single, and had no handbook to be a parent. We did the best we could. I'm sure your son had...

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  13. A Forgiving Moment

    • By Wendi Jane
    • Published: June 2007

    Walking in,
    I could feel the strange silence settling on my skin.
    Deep chills ran through my spine,
    I tried my best not to look behind.

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    I hope he was loved beyond his wildest dreams, and that I'd like to hold him just to feel his heart beating with mine.

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