Michael Peterson

Rookie - 10 Points (Janesville, Wisconsin)

Simply Forgiving


The sky is gray and cloudy
The mood very sober
Tears flowing, hearts broken
Years of hardship and anger
Hatefulness and silents
The love and family so tarnish
No sun and smiles anymore
Just fights and mistrust and lies
Dying one by one
The wall has to be broken
There is love and happiness deep inside
Don't let regrets take life and family
Take the first step to rekindle the love for family
Don't worry about pride and who was right
Life is to short to be alone
Remember the good times
Mend the bad times
In our hearts we love all
In our minds we create hate
Warm the soul and break the barrier
A hug and a simple I Love You
Will open the door for recovery and harmony
Death is so close to us, live life
We can leave this world on a given moment
All we want is respect and love for Family
And for ourselves, life and family is so grand

Submitted: Tuesday, February 05, 2013

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Lots of regrets fill the mind. Open them up and mend the heart.

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