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Grudges are for losers.
by Kay P M- Devenish
Monday, November 07, 2011
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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My theory is that all grudges are self destuctive.

 

 
I don't want to hold a grudge forever
hating you wont do me any good
looking back on what's done
stops the view of what's to come.
It's no way to grow and bloom
resentment stiffles all love's room.
Grudges are best left behind
forgotten even in your mind
never lifted from their doom...
but left to rot in 'Dismissal's' tomb.
 

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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
They are an amazing source of negative energy best left unplugged. Patrick
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
This is fine and wise advice, Kay. Thank you for sharing it. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Andy Turner
Powerfully true. The likes can make one blind to new opportunities.
Wisdom abounds in this penn.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
It's good to be back reading you again. Yup, those grudges are some son of a bitches and hard to hold onto. Nicely phrased.

Ron
Reviewed by Joy Hale
I agree 100% with your pithy writing of great wisdom. We must be ever vigilant to wipe all grudges from our minds and hearts lest they take root and cause destruction to our spirit. Powerful words of insight!

Joy L. Hale
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
YOU COULDN'T HAVE SAID IT ANY BETTER KAY.
SM000000000000oooooooooooooooCH!
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
Beautiful awareness Kay ~ I feel the same, I would much rather live in a state of awe and gratitude.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Used to hold grudges when much younger, till I found how much it hurt me rather than the person I held the grudge for...good point this...e
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
And I couldn't agree more, Kay! For years I held an awful grudge against my ex...until I finally realized he was one of my greatest teachers....I learned more about myself from him than I realized in my youth.....Well done!

Anna
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Although it is often human nature to want to get even or get revenge, you are so right, in the long run itusually only ends up hurting us more.
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Reviewed by John Flanagan
A noble and positive perspective, Kay,
big thinking, right thinking.
Yes!

John
Reviewed by jude forese
grudges are poison ... our bodies and souls are the containers corroded by them ... it is best to drain such poison from our beings, so our souls can be nourished by the very forgiveness we offer ...

powerful substance to this poem ...
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