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What You Can’t Fix

You can patch a flattened tire;
You can darn a wore out sock;
You can mend the busted fences,
And correct an errant clock.

You can fix the thing that’s broken
What e’re the job demands;
The power of restoration
Lies usually in your hands.

But now, you fool, there is no tool
To repair your latest bust;
You can’t heal the hurt they feel,
You broke a loved one’s trust.

Throw yourself at mercy’s feet
And live to dim that scar;
For only time and forgiving hearts
Can buff away that mar.

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Wes Stephenson

Author, motorcyclist, poet, and adventurer. Let's journey together.

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