Treasure Island

Sossi Khachadourian


Forgive But Never Forget


After thousands times of forgiveness

One more time I forgave

Dozens of love i gave

While the God above has the mercy of forgiveness

I always thought it would be unfairness

We as an human beings not to forgive

And after all their deeds one more chance I gave

Because Inside of my heart i can't keep a hate

While forgiveness doesn't heal heart ache

But still i believe forgiveness never meets my regrets

For the God sake I always used to give one more chance

For me the goodness in life is a main

Although still my wounds in vain

But there are things in life never get to change

While we forgive those who hurt us

Yet we disregard and forget their faults

But he who harms once

Never will lose a chance

To harm you one more time

I've learnd this truth upon my skin

'Forgive them but never forget their deeds'.

Submitted: Sunday, December 02, 2012

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