by Richard Vince

Somehow, I knew she would be significant;
That she would make a big difference
To my life; that she would influence
Who I am.

How I wish I had been wrong.

She watered the seeds of self doubt I had sown
Until they had grown into
Imposing trees that kept me always
In shadow.

How I wish I could fell them.

I wonder if she ever thinks of me,
And wonders who I am now?
I wonder if she has ever regretted
What she did?

How I wish I could forget.


Posted on 04/22/2012
Copyright © 2024 Richard Vince

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by George Hoerner on 04/22/12 at 11:29 PM

I like it Vince. It reminds me of something I wrote a long time ago.

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