Well write them a poem, I had made it once, you might think of using it:
‘Mong Mediterranean lands,
Of splendid spangles and sands,
Remote from lonely dwells,
Far from all routes or rails.
In that uncharted desert unknown,
I was a stream of droplets sown;
Honest and prompt, kind and obedient,
Quenching all till they are sufficient.
But alas a history that's abandoned,
One day everybody was left too stunned;
To see river disappear, as if a death,
That's when I did lose everybody's faith.
Years later, due to a storm at a distant,
In this sandy desert so adamant;
Little streams now do aggregate,
For everyone's thirst to abate.
Vision that little streams as sapling,
Triumphing after muddy mining;
Into toy valleys in shining dunes,
Fighting back for their fortunes.
There's always a summon from the core,
Anyhow, all's trust, I shall restore;
Throttling up my pace and my volume,
I started again to end my resume.
Nothing but a broken glossy glass,
Shattering, due to its vicious mass;
Time will tick to join all these pieces,
Till water to the brink, replenishes.
It's a water that's not too grant,
Think it as vacuous and vacant;
But now filled with virtue and moral,
Filled with the belief of the rural.
But I ponder ‘bout the mistake I did leave;
Either would egress me or simply live -
Either to purify me or do so never;
If so then marks would adhere forever.
Hadn't I did this big and blundering error,
In spite my loved ones’ gentle tender.
Now, I shall do what I pledged, till clocks spin
Promising to turn this desert into a green.
Think of the river as me. I dried up, it was my error. But as the river tries to start to flow again, it tries to regain his loved ones’ faith for the unforgivable error it did commit. Sometimes in life some mistakes happen for which you are not responsible (like the river dries up not for his fault but for the sun). So was I. In my case it was my uncontrollable behavior. Things that crop up in our head are not always controllable. For these errors “Sorry” is just a cheap word. So I’ll never say “Sorry”. But shall keep a request to forgive me.