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“Little Things in Life”

Too often we don’t realize
what we have until it is gone;
Too often we wait too late to say
“I’m sorry – I was wrong”

Sometimes it seems we hurt the ones
we hold dearest to our hearts;
And we allow foolish things
to tear our lives apart

Far too many times we let
unimportant things into our minds;
And then it’s usually too late
to see what made us blind

So be sure that you let people know
how much they mean to you;
Take that time to say the words
before your time is through

Be sure that you appreciate
everything you’ve got
And be thankful for the little things
in life that mean a lot

By: Regina Riggs

Compiled by : Sanaa 29/02/12


3 Responses

  1. those first few lines speak to me
    as when this happens in life
    its so true to see
    i have suffered this personally
    and when you say things
    and think nothing of them
    then all of a sudden you cant take away
    what you said that moment on that day
    as person who was here
    has gone away
    his or her life
    will never be seen again
    and you must suffer what you said to them
    as it eats at you never to die
    those words of hurt
    which make people cry

    great poem of truth you have written here and should be taken note of and remembered so dear as they are so important and so true becareful what you say as these words may long haunt you.

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