Forgiveness

is-3

in the interlude of life

in a gradient path of values

a mute spectator to anger ego resentment

or jealousy amidst glutting materialism

as if living in a hutch 

not knowing how to evacuate the self 

from the imprisoned life cell 

to a safe haven of tranquility and contentment!

the blatant ostentation 

the mildew in relationships or emotions! 

he and his insomnia

the hangover of guilt 

the perceived nausea of heart 

not anymore 

now he resolved 

to join the forgiveness project 

to forgive and be forgiven! 

for the cessation of resentment within 

away from indignation or anger 

or knoll of biases and sticky pains 

or the unintentional violence!

the process of shedding karmas 

for peace health prosperity or career

for self and others

all he needed..

a subdued ego 

a little humility 

a bit of suppressed anger 

a feel of love for the father 

as ingredients 

for the osmosis within 

for the rainbow of happiness 

in and out!    

   

         


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12 comments

  1. Amitav Chowdhury · October 2

    A powerful piece of poetry. Some line which I think stands out are-

    ‘the mildew in relationships or emotions!’

    ‘to join the forgiveness project

    to forgive and be forgiven!

    for the cessation of resentment within

    away from indignation or anger

    or knoll of biases and sticky pains

    or the unintentional violence’

    Such narratives are reminders for society and poets are taking the responsibility to deliver the message through verses.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Thank you Amitav a lot for the lovely take on this vital tool to happiness n universal love ..called Forgiveness! Glad you felt the connect! Happy forgiving times friend !

      Liked by 1 person

  2. my valiant soul · October 2

    Amazing.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. GILDASPOEMS · October 4

    Excellent reasons to forgive, beautifully expressed!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Sheri Lawrence de Grom · October 8

    Thank you for the follow. Your words are carefully placed and precisely placed to be on point. Thank you for posting a thought provoking message to each of us.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Wendy · October 11

    Forgiveness leading to the ‘rainbow of happiness’ – I love that theme.. Thank you! x

    Liked by 1 person

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