An Apology

I forgot how to play.
Play became work.
“Success” become paramount.
Everything but was “failure”.
Then you showed up
and you made me laugh.
You told me it’s ok
to not know.
But I wanted answers.
I wanted facts.
I wanted to get it “right”.
I made it “serious”.
I added pressure.
I killed possibility.
And now,
I’m sorry.

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