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Too Late To Right My Wrong
by Lamar Ingraham

Friday, March 25, 2011
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It would take a miracle to get you now,
After I was too busy chasing every skirt,
Instead of realizing that I'd lose you somehow
To some other man who really values your worth.

 
Beautiful as you are since I first saw you,
I foolishly took my eyes off such prestige;
You are quite the queen of dreams, a blessing too,
And after all the women, my heart is under siege.

 
I feel like the greatest piece of me,
Now gone, so long long gone;
When I know that I'd messed up
And it is too too late right my wrong.

 
Such a strong woman from start to end,
Qualities of a bride, wife, and a helpmate,
But my youth would only let me descend
As I linger skin of teeth now ready to appreciate.

 
Dellusions of you always being there
Are what made me believe that I could do me;
Yet here I am crying sleeplessly to myself  
Alone without you, baby, ever to please.

I feel like the greatest piece of me,
Now gone, so long long gone;
When I know that I'd messed up
And it is too too late right my wrong.

 


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Reviewed by sabrina pierre (Reader) 6/24/2011
that was a wonderful poem. who knew you had it in you.
Reviewed by Denise Nowakowski 6/24/2011
Reflections filled with sad emotions. Lovely write. Denise
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