Tameeka Smith

Veteran Poet - 1,053 Points (Norfolk)

The Art Of Forgiveness - Poem by Tameeka Smith

The moment a person hurts me
I forgive
The moment a person uses me
I forgive
The moment a person judges me
I forgive
The moment a person breaks my heart
I forgive
The moment a person disappoint me
I forgive
The moment the person betrays me
I forgive
The moment that a person makes me feel
Anything else besides positive
I forgive
If a person does these things to me
I develop an understanding
Rather what was done to me was done
Purposely or not
I choose to forgive
The moment that I forgive my peace begins
And my pain ends
Forgiveness is a process
Don't know if it can ever be perfected
It's hard to forget
About a messed up situation
Especially when most of the time
The biggest test of forgiveness
Is forgiving a person who caused pain
That came from a person whom
Was trusted the most
Betrayal rarely comes from a stranger
Forgiveness isn't holding on to grudges
It's letting go of them
Besides the person doesn't know or care
About the trouble that they caused
We all need a lesson
It's a two way street
We all at one point has hurt someone
Purposely or unintentionally
All we can do is ask for forgiveness
You can't push it
If we do
That means we are only thinking of ourselves
We want to be free of guilt
When we do wrong we must deal with it
And respect a person's space
Closure may mean losing a person without a trace
Just be thankful for God's grace
Many times that has to be enough

Topic(s) of this poem: forgiveness, forgiving, people

Form: Blues Poem


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The process of forgiveness

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2016



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