'To Admit When You Were Wrong' - Poem by Linda Winchell
It takes a very big person,
To admit when they were wrong,
To possibly tell another that they were right,
In word or possibly even, a sweetly sung love song.
To stand up and admit ones failings,
Isn’t that easy of any human task,
But the feeling of another’s forgiveness,
Is what really, will come at last.
So this coming, ”New Years Day, ”
Phone someone if just to say,
That you were wrong, and ask forgiveness,
And start together, a brand new, ” New Years” kind of a way!
By: Linda Winchell
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