Forgiveness is Better Than Revenge – Short Poems

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Source: Teen Poems from Family Friend Poems

1. I Apologize For What I Have Done!

I am sorry for what I have done
Many times I look back but now I learned my lesson
Every minute I think about what I have done
I cry and cry but my tears are not helping
I need someone to be there
Right by my side I see someone but they’re gone
They hate me for what I have done
Can they just forgive me?
I want to say sorry but they won’t except it
Maybe I should apologize but the same time I am scared
If I had one wish I would wish I never went through this
People talk about me but I don’t like it
I want to hurt myself
But there is one person that can help me that is GOD
he is powerful can anybody see it
as we lift our heads people look at one another
some have feeling that could hurt one another
I had good friends but it just seems I wish I would have had them as my friends again,
But all I could say is I am sorry for what I have done!

2. Forgive

Your wicked tongue,
It speeks much evil.

Your pallid face,
You give no hope,
No strength,
Your weakness collides.

Your nothing but a liar,
A dirty-mouth,
And a show-off.

You give no support,
But pride.
Your mercy goes to you only,
Which shows your hate.

Hate is what you get back,
After the back-stabs,
And the tortures you gave.

Now no-one cares of your fate,
Your trifling,
Even if you die,
You are now spoken by bane words.

But yet I forgive your lies,
And your back-stabs that hurt.

I forive your derisiveness,
Your barbarous,
And yet your treachery…
I forgive you.

For that is what God would do.

Source: Teen Poems from Family Friend Poems

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