FORGIVENESS, a poem
Have you ever been wronged by someone you know or even you don’t know to well? Have you looked in their eyes without saying a word and hoped that they soon would taste hell?
Have you prayed Karma’s true and you want to be round when the pendulum swings and their come-upping’s found? Well don’t be too hasty, there’s already a plan that gives everyone back, what they give to man.
The law of the harvest, “You reap what you sow” Brings everything back, be it friend be it foe. So when you see someone who’s done a bad deed Know that their planting and harvesting seed.
The trick is to not get caught up in their spite For how you see them will become your earned plight. Step back and let go, forgive and forget For letting it go will earn no regret.
If you follow this thought, cast it out to the throng You’ll find no one guilty of doing you wrong. Your harvest will always be pleasant and sweet And you’ll bless every soul and companion you meet.