Abraham John Jaggernauth
'Sailing past the shore of regret, I'm met with waves of forgiveness in set.
To see them come bow before, this boat of love and move me more.
To this way and that, forgiveness can be tough like a ring-side match,
But once aligned and set in mind, the oars do the working and the waves behind.
This is mine and my hopes divine; my only hope, to break the finish line.'
-'Forgiveness is like an ocean, you just need to make it to the other side.'
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- Abraham J. Jaggernauth- (5/22/13)
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