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Might Forgive, Never Forget

Riley Arnold, Staff Writer

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You have hurt me in so many ways

So many that I can’t even explain

Can’t even think of your name

Without the pain resurfacing


But I learned you have cancer

Now I don’t know what to do


Should I forgive you

For all the pain you have caused me

Should I call you on the phone

and tell you I love you


I just don’t know if I can

The pain is too much

But cancer is even bigger


What if you die

What if I never get to say goodbye


But the pain has taken control

It affects me every day

It’s like you’re always there haunting me

Waiting for me


But what if I come back to you

And nothing has changed

What if you bring me more pain

More than I can live for


I know my friends are there for me

But they would never understand


If I let you back in

I would just collapse

I wouldn’t be myself

I would change

I would be Depressed


I don’t want that for me

And nobody wants cancer for you

But the pain is too strong

I’m sorry but I can’t forgive you

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About the Writer
Riley Arnold, Entertainment Editor
Riley Arnold is a senior at Da Vinci Communications and is the Entertainment editor for The Vitruvian Post. She strives to be the best she can and always tries hard in class. Riley wants to pursue a career in performing arts or child development. She is very excited to be a part of The Vitruvian...

3 Responses to “Might Forgive, Never Forget”

  1. Erica Bentley on March 10th, 2017 2:44 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing. I know it might be hard but it is a beautiful piece.

  2. Joyous Sandres on March 10th, 2017 2:53 pm

    Riley, This is truly beautiful and I am really proud of you. I love you keep up the good work.- Falafel

  3. Nile Barnes on March 10th, 2017 3:05 pm

    I love this poem! this piece of poetry really pertains to many different situations that people all around the world can relate too. I applaud you for opening up, and deciding to share this with us!

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