Poem: Oops

Forgot to put,

The phone on the hook,

Or rather the charger,

So,

Now,

I stay,

Nearby,

So that the phone will be somewhat charged—

And it won’t die tomorrow,

Or today.

That’s an oops on me,

A mistake on my part,

A thing I should have done,

And forgetting it,

Made me jolt with a start.

But that’s the thing,

About minor mistakes,

Don’t you see,

They don’t usually matter,

You can fix them,

And make the outcome,

Something—

That goes over,

With others,

Happily.

We all make mistakes,

And that’s okay,

It’s how we handle them,

What we do after them,

That determines,

Where we see ourselves each,

And every,

Day.

Special thanks to: Melissa Potter

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