Forgiveness - Poem by Elizabeth Turner
Love is back again,
I knew it wasn't the end.
When you said goodbye,
I couldn't help but cry.
But yet I couldn't deny the fact
that I would win you back.
I see that you are headed my way,
this time don't let our love decay.
For I love you more that you will ever know,
and your heart belongs in my soul.
The depression you put me through,
only showed my care and that I needed you.
I forgive you now and forever,
for I have not given up on you just because you think you are so clever.
You think you don't fit well with me,
yet I know I belong with thee.
I'm glad I have you back, almost.
Without you my heart feels deserted as a ghost.
I guess you will give your chisel yet another hack,
don't leave me here to suffer in this crack any longer,
lift me up and make me stronger.
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