I guess, the best that I can do is to say how

November 2, 2011

Worthington Area School District
ATT: James Drury, Superintendent
14 Atherton Street
Manhattan, NY-10009
(123) 456-7890

[Subject: Normally bold, summarizes the intention of the letter] -Optional-

Dear James Drury

Every time I think about what we had and how I let it all slip away, there is only one emotion I feel – regret. I can’t believe how childish and petty I was. It’s embarrassing to remember how I used to pick fights because of my uncontrollable insecurity and how badly I treated you.

I always wish that I could turn back the hands of time so I could undo all the wrong I did. I wish that I could go back to the time we were together and instead of arguing with you, hold you close instead. I wish I could go back and tell you how important you are to me and how I will never let you go. But all these are wishes I know could never come true no matter how much I want it to.

I guess, the best that I can do is to say how truly sorry I am for everything I did and didn’t do. I know it may not mean much now that it’s almost been six months since we broke up but I guess in asking for your forgiveness I hope to finally find closure.

I wish you all the happiness in the world.



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