Shallow Appeasements

Written by: Carl Fraser

The words of apology floated off her tongue with ease,
They fell in pieces on the floor before me,
 swirling in the thick of battle,
 looking for the usual response,
But the lesson was already spawned,
And this overly giving heart refused to cede, 
For now I know the sincerity of these shallow words.,
Just flung at me to accept the absurd 
So now the cycle is broken
And she looks dismayed
As no apology is accepted today.