Years before when their love was new, she often feel left out, sad and alone for he’s was always loaded with school, work and some other things that makes his life too complicated to adjust while she, on the other hand, has not much of a life. Days, weeks, months passed by so quick as the tides turned everthing around. In silence, she sites there reminiscing how hard she competed for his time and felt deep shame as she realized that fact that just the thought of it was childish and at the same time, foolish. Foolish enough to mislead him, foolish enough to put a crack on the once clear glass they were both holding on so strong. As she weeps herself off despair, she repeatedly say, “I’m sorry…” But then, just a sorry isn’t always enough to mend everything, but it’s enough proof to know she was wrong.