Second Chances

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Hello, are you there?
Can we both say the words and forget this?
I know you heard it the first time
And yet chose to remain silent, ever since
I know you said it for the last time
And chose to say everything that was jinxed
But hey, are you there?
Can we both resurrect the bond that we now miss?

Is it this hard to say sorry?
Is it this difficult to render apology?
Is it so impossible to differentiate and accept nuances?
Can we, can we just lean on the second chances?

Hello, are you there?
Can we both remain calm and resolve this?
I know you said to leave you alone this time
And yet chose to live the bottom of the dark abyss
I know you said to not let go anytime
And assimilated every single affliction that it consists
But hey, are you there?
Can we both hold on and not risk?
 

Is it this hard to say sorry?
Is it this difficult to render apology?
Is it so impossible to differentiate and accept nuances?
Can we, can we just lean on the second chances?
 

Hello, are you there?
Can we both believe that forgiveness is bliss?
I know you said this won’t last for a long time
And yet chose to wander the storms of thundering mists
I know you said that this would only be this one time
And incubated every single emotion that one resists
But hey, are you there?
Can we both learn to anticipate and accept some unknown gifts?

Is it this hard to say sorry?
Is it this difficult to render apology?
Is it so impossible to differentiate and accept nuances?
Can we, can we just lean on the second chances?
 

Who is the one, the unlucky one from whom we deny second chances?
What is it that we are holding back when we are uncertain of what our stance is?
When is the chance of freeing from freedom as liberty’s patriotism suddenly dances?
Where is the humanity, our true majority, searching in the crowd of the responses?
Why do we avoid or stare right through, as though there were no exchange of glances?
How do we know, from whom really are we, stealing these second chances?

Is it this hard to say sorry?
Is it this difficult to render apology?
Is it so impossible to differentiate and accept nuances?
Can we, can we just lean on the second chances?
 

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Keep 🙂 always

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