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My mom and I never got along when I was young, she would let my step father abuse me mentally and physically. She told me to never fight back because you can't argue with a drunk. My mom...

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Forgive For That Is What God Would Do

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Published: October 2009

Your wicked tongue,
It speeks much evil.

Your pallid face,
You give no hope,
No strength,
Your weakness collides.

You're nothing but a liar,
A dirty-mouth,
And a show-off.

You give no support,
But pride.
Your mercy goes to you only,
Which shows your hate.

Hate is what you get back,
After the back-stabs,
And the tortures you gave.

Now no one cares of your fate,
Your trifling,
Even if you die,
You are now spoken by bane words.

But yet I forgive your lies,
And your back-stabs that hurt.

I forgive your derisiveness,
Your barbarous,
And yet your treachery...
I forgive you.

For that is what God would do.

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  • Cara by Cara, Ohio
  • 10 years ago

My mom and I never got along when I was young, she would let my step father abuse me mentally and physically. She told me to never fight back because you can't argue with a drunk. My mom would tell me awful things such as if he hits you I will leave him and disown you because you cause the problem. No matter what the fight it was always my fault. Now I'm all grown up and it hurts to think about my past she didn't even watch me graduate from high school but I forgive her for everything she has said and done for that is truly what God would do even though I would want to see her rough in hell I do forgive her.....

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