#1
So I watch you sail away,
I cannot stand to watch the water part for you,
You flash a smile my way,
But it can’t make up for this.

When the return passengers,
Arrive back at the wharf,
I’ll look for your face amongst a hundred others,
Optimism never hurt.

It’s too late for rectification,
It’s too early for forgiveness,
Redemption won’t make this right,
And neither will you.

I hope you can forget,
All that I made of you,
Because the last thing that I want,
Is for you to be miserable too.

Apology serves no purpose,
It holds so little truth,
Sincerity lies within my heart and not my mouth,
So I’ll put it to good use.

We’ll find peace in each other’s memories,
I’ll leave you unchanged,
The flaws I lived with for so many hundred days,
Only feed the pain.

I will try to rectify this,
You can learn to forgive and forget,
I’ll seek redemption day and night,
Because we cannot lose this fight.
I'm here to help

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ok, as usual pit is being very unhelpful except andychalmers, so im gonna go post this someplace else


And a master of storytelling...

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andychalmers102, that story is awesome.
#2
i really liked it. i think you managed very well to take a common and cliche theme and actually have a GOOD writing about it
#3
I totally love love love this! "I’ll look for your face amongst a hundred others,
Optimism never hurt." and "It’s too late for rectification, It’s too early for forgiveness.." are brilliant! This was a treat to read. Thank you!
#4
I like them . I really liked "Sincerity lies within my heart and not my mouth,
So I’ll put it to good use."

Great avatar as well