Forgiveness is Better Than Revenge – Famous Poems

To forgive is divine. It is a trait that we learn from our creator. He has shown us that is possible to repent from our sins and that we can forgive others as well. Forgiveness is more than saying the words, “I forgive you”. If you still harbor hatred in your heart this is not true forgiveness.

I hope the following short and beautiful collection of forgiveness poems by famous people will help you in times of your need to realize how perfect you already are.

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Source: Family Friend Poems

1. World Convicted Guilty

Words of honesty flowing from my very words.

my life and mind would be a perfect fairy tale for any one that feels as though no one understands, for some one who feels as though they aren’t accepted, as though the world is against them.

but the world isn’t against anyone we’re just going against the world with false evidence saying that the world is against us.

the jury and judge knowing that the evidence is false still think that the world is against them, so they convict the innocent world guilty when we should be guilty for not opening our eyes and seeing the world as innocent and us guilty as can be.

Now though after being convicted for being against the world I’m now on patrol, I get to roam free and I’m now forever with the world, fighting at it’s side for the innocents that it forever needs.

2. The Box

He ascended those stairs that day, why he did, he could not say.
But reached for that old dusty knob of his attic door insight.
A turn to the knob so gently,
Cautiously he made his entry, entry into the attic that night.

Among cobwebs, dust and in much wonder, a flash of lightning, a crack of thunder,
He lit a small candle to see a bag within his sight.
Inside a dark brown leather sack
Did he find a box so black, as black as it is at midnight.

His soul jumped, and it was frightening, while he gazed in awe during the lightning.
For in his hands was a black box containing his soul that night.
It was black as the midnight sea,
At his feet he found a key, a key to the box of fright.

In a cold sweat, and with a shudder, he turned the box during the thunder.
He pushed in the key and tried to turn, but the lock was too tight.
But as determined as he would,
He turned as hard as he could, he could with all his might.

He knows he is the key that unlocks his soul that resides in the black box.
Amid the lightning he saw his soul was full of sin that night.
The box full of sins he did,
It was filled up to the lid, the lid of the box that night.

So he took paper and found a pen, and recorded the sins he did often.
Tears in his eyes and sorrow in heart he began to write.
I’m sorry for what I have done,
I never meant to hurt anyone, anyone I have hurt any night.

So among the lightning and what wrote, he opened the box and slipped in the note.
For remission of his sins is what he clearly had insight.
And then he laid his head to rest,
For he knew forgiveness was best, best on this thunderous night.

And in the morning they found a dead man, with a note and a pen by his hand.
And on the note was written a poem that previous night.
“My heart is the key which unlocks
The deep dark secrets of my box, a box no longer black, but white.

3. Hurt

My heart still hurts,
and causes me pain,
I wish I could just see him again,
I thought we would be together,
from now till forever,
but something took that away,
now I had to start my own days,
but why am I still stuck
carrying the pain,
I thought the pain was over
till I spoke of your name
now it’s all back to haunt me again
I still hold the memories of you and I
why oh why did we have to fight
we were both young
but I thought it was true love
but then you had to turn
to those damn drugs
they tore us apart
and caused us both pain
do you ever wish you could hold me again?
now it’s too late
now it’s all gone
because now we both chose to move on.
do you ever wonder
do you still care
do you ever shed tears,
I didn’t I was being strong
that’s how I learned to move on
but now it’s back to haunt me
and I realize I still care
I wish I could turn back all the years
and make you stop
and make you listen
and make you see
that you were meant to only be with me.
we use to laugh
we use to love
we use to be close as a dove
now everyone will see why I hate drugs
they cause problems
they cause pain
gosh I wish you could see me once again
I love to laugh
I love to love
gosh all I wanted was your sweet hugs
but now my heart is squished like a bug
once again the pain has risen
now I have to get it back to hidden
please take care in what ever you do
but please always know that I did love you…

Source: Family Friend Poems