My Regrets

It's about trying to make yourself a better person, but old regrets and guilts haunt you

This drink gives me another reason to stay outside

Because I can't face returning home

These wild nights make me forget who I am

Because I don't want to remember my regrets

 

If there was someone who'd miss my former self

Maybe I'd given up and returned to sleep

But I know the best root is a rebirth

Bury my old ways under an unmarked grave

 

There's nothing sweet about my change

Even if the scene is different, my sorrows are the same

And I know I should embrace a new life

But I just can't find the strength to survive

 

If I could be braver and face up to my demons

This would be a life much easier

But we know words are easily strengthened

Because all we do is fail in reality

 

There’s nothing sweet about my change

Even if the scene is different, my sorrows are still the same

And I know I should embrace a new life

But I just can’t find the strength to survive

 

 

The End

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