Chanda Lena Mondoka

Radical Forgiveness - Poem by Chanda Lena Mondoka

Forgiveness is selective remembering
It is capable of suspiciousness at its best
Viciousness comes at the worst
Pain stems from what we deny others
Fearful places have to be revealed
As we heal- we feel safe to be ourselves
Darkness will not be judged but forgiven
It hurts
Severe pain is felt
When a loved one is holding the knife to strike
But in any given season a blossom falls off
Hope might be lost
Seasons come around
As new blossoms appear
Sadness and fear we may face
Every new season brings hope
Hope that this might be a haven
Like a new dawn with the sun rising
Brings hope that rest after all our battles has cometh

There is no need to pretend it was easy
The harsh we digested
Brings beauty that is contended
Love comes when we give it unto others
We return to our graceful position

Realizing the radical forgiveness
We forgive
We smile
We heal
We focus on our lessons
We let go
We were created to create the good-
To see the beautiful-
And the holiness within us
We are here to support
Forgive and heal one another
Let it go- it’s time to let go, let go
Radically forgive

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 6, 2010

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