"Too Late," by Haley Brown was a tragically terrific poem filled with a bitter sweet underline of emotion. She writes a sorrowful guilt upon which she believes if she would have taken action in building another self esteem, that person may have lived in happiness. This teaches a lesson to exemplify truth in human behavior and to not be so narcissistic within one's own nature. The repetitive "I should have..." put emphasis on Haley's conscience, and shows that she somehow takes the blame. But it is true, what if the things you wish happen? We would then be living in a utopia.