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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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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.

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  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

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  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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