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|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|As I finished reading this, my mind went racing - all over the place (and omg, I can't type fast enough...) I understand this so well... the words, the intent...
My father has denied for far too many years, and when I met with him two years ago to offer forgiveness, he simply hung his head and still couldn't apologize. He just mumbled something about 'being young and stupid'. There was nothing else from him. Yet, that day, I realized that he felt shame, and on some level, I knew he was sorry.
It wasn't until recently (due to personal struggles of my own), that I am now able to say that my forgiveness is absolutely genuine. I have found incredible strength through healing, and I, too, am able to say the same. I know, I'm rambling... but I know that on some level, you understand too.
I FELT your finish. I felt the emotion. I felt the sincerity, and I understood. Thank you for sharing the blessing of your work.
A thousand hugs to you,
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|like Sue said, what a heartfelt, great offer
those were some excellent lines and questions to bring to the forefront,helping to keep the mind going focusing on the "real"
hopefully the person out there will listen we know far to well how this tends to end
evxellently penned piece
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|what a great offer...its easy to offer advice, harder to really be there when the advice is heeded. this is an excellent poem|
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|Interesting and it is one that I think Micheal Jackson should face and others like him. Because the truth is he was abused and he has hide from it all these years. But then the fear of his father is plain. As it is in all of the people who are victims and violators of children.|