(321) Forgiveness Poem by Melvina Germain

(321) Forgiveness

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Forgiveness, a heartfelt decision.
The clearing of one’s heart without remission.
A voice from deep within, contemplates,
removal of festered thoughts of sin.

Forgiveness, allowing positive energy to prevail.
Wiping out all negativity along the trail.
Forcing out emotions of darkness deep.
Keeping straight, a good nights sleep.

Written: Sept.02/06

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Arfa Iman Kalera 21 December 2015

very true and wonderful feelings, the poem is great

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Roseann Shawiak 10 January 2016

Excellent thoughts on forgiveness. Personally I believe in instant forgiveness, I don't like carrying grudges and wasting my energy for nothing. Forgiving give peace of mind and serenity to the heart and mind. Great poem! Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn

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Deepanshu Malik 24 March 2016

it felt good when i am reading your poems, please read my new poem oh my dadi(grandma) and suggest me also i need your suggestion

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Dr Antony Theodore 28 September 2015

removal of festered thoughts of sin. Forgiveness is what Jesus wants us to do and is taught in the holy Gospels. Seven times Seven you shall forgive. But yet how difficult is that to practice. thank you for this great idea of forgiveness. tony

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Ari Alsio 09 November 2015

Have a wonderful text and peace of mind, just like my thoughts but beautifully presented.

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Yashim David George 11 March 2021

'Forcing out emotions of darkness deep. Keeping straight, a good nights sleep.' Now that's the benefit, I see. Thank you.

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Lee Boueri 12 November 2019

Nice, an act almost divine.

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Walterrean Salley 28 November 2016

((321) Forgiveness by Melvina Germain.) **Very enriching.

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Richard Wlodarski 14 November 2016

To forgive is divine To renounce asinine My 1st time reading your poetry. I like it so much that I'm going to read a lot more. Thanks for your words.

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Kevin Patrick 31 March 2016

A difficult task but one that is necessity to ones own salvation, good words to live by if its been said forgive and live in peace. Harmonious message.

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Melvina Germain

Sydney, Nova Scotia
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