Hello readers! Welcome to GUEST POST WEEKEND and today’s Guest Post is a poem written by Idris Busari titled “Regrets”.
Idris is from Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. He fell in love with art and started writing “rhymes” at the age of eight. He has written poems and short stories covering subjects like politics, philosophy, love and war. He is presently a Law student at Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State, Nigeria.
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Read Idris’ poem below and enjoy!
The deepest sigh wouldn’t solve a thing
The deeds are done and this feeling they bring
That little voice could have been shut when it started to sing-
And then cast away like a stone from a sling
In the mind, distortions surge
As the desperate need to satisfy urge
Has cost the being to wish he could regress-
Certain acts or even thoughts at the time he was depressed.
But to mistake is human
And regrets owe nothing to no man
So free the past and choose happiness
And not appropriate blames to pestilence
-after the storm is a friendly weather
Regretting won’t make things better.
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