nothing is perfect (unexpected)

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dear Son,
days go by, years changed
I can imagine
how you have become a handsome young man
energetically in do your dream
you know, in life… nothing is perfect
and regret always comes at the end

I do not expect what I have done
to you and your mother would be forgiven

and I am sure that if one day I come or meet you
you will kicked me awayΒ Β 

but deep in my heart…. I know
you still remember me
so the want to see you
continued bubbling in this old chest
my son

I currently watching a photo of us
the day I taught you to fishing
oh dear…. wish I could turn back to that time
but the rice has become porridge
at least I’ve taught you how to fishing
please remember son
if there is a chance to see you
I would fight to grab it


– few days later –

Β 

dear sir,
I still have not been able to catch a fish,
please teach me again.

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mei

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33 thoughts on “nothing is perfect (unexpected)

  1. Mei, outstanding poem.Wishful ,sorrowful, missing opportunities ,regrets,and the hard reality to face. l like the burning flame.Thank you for the visit.Blessings and respect.jalal

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