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Regret



Regret
By redford on 05/15/2005
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Speaking indifferently at breakfast time—he a menacing gruff,
I his tender novice, we’d munch and chew,
then he’d see me to the bus stop, uttering nary a word or two.
I’d later run the dusty lane home to find him reading the grim paper: bad news,
telling time too well,
for my heart knew of a day I’d run the lane to find I’d been too late:
That black-on-white had taken him away,
enfolding with cacophonous and everlasting disregard,
my last chance to say “I love you.”

© By redford On 5/15/2005 4:10:36 PM
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