Forgiveness And Reconciliation - Poem by CDM Anderson
I admitted to my mistakes.
I ask for forgiveness.
Thou shall stand together -
Hand in hand.
I ask for reconciliation.
Because I understand,
That my mistakes were the type
The relationships that were so amazing
Under one heart, one body, one soul, and
I'm glad that
We took time off.
I caused that through indirect scolding.
My tears I hold back.
I've recognized my mistakes at the right time
I released all tension.
There is no more point as to why these tears shall be kept in holding.
So I reopen my arms,
And welcome all former members that once assembled my heart.
You were all here for me,
And I was appreciative of such acts,
Right from the start.
You all left, with reason.
Such acts hold no treason.
Shit happens for a reason.
I'm glad you do too.
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