Frank Pulver

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Forgiveness (Set our Hearts Free)


There are many things in life that are hard to do,
And one of the hardest to say to someone is it is ok, I forgive you.
Having that anger digs deep down in everyone’s soul,
This is something that we all try to walk away from but is there where ever we go
It will always hold us down and be that heavy burden in our heart
This is where we need to try to stop this feeling from the start.
We need to realize that having forgiveness will set our hearts free,
And by us all coming together on this will cure a lot of hatred in humanity.

By Frank Pulver Aug 30,2011

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 19, 2013

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This was written for a friend that is extremely hurt and mad because of something the past

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