Treasure Island

Michael Angelo Legaspi


Forgiven, but not Forgotten


Sins are made to be forgiven but not forgotten
can be done by words or action
can be seen in citizens or normal children
In any status of life or position.

An ode for the sinners meaning an ode for us all
some may not know the consequences of sins
but that what completes us people
but i only know one thing, it gives pain.

All of us wish that it would vanish
But even though sins would be gone
the scars it will leave will still not perish
and still whats done is done.

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2011

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