i forgive you


I forgive you

I forgive you I forgive all your abuse

I forgive your lousy excuse

I forgive all the days you refuse me

I forgive you so I can live

I forgive you to give myself freedom of you

I forgive all the lies you feed

I forgive the times you let me bleed

I forgive you for making me plead

ill let God take the lead 


  • Author: Gabriella (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 17th, 2018 11:40
  • Comment from author about the poem: its a letter to someone saying I forgive them for everything they've done and I'm going to let God be my lead for now on
  • Category: Forgiveness
  • Views: 277
  • User favorite of this poem: Writings From The Unknown13.


  • Holdfast26

    It describes how I feel

    • Gabriella

      that's what I want I want people to be able to relate to my poems but also to have them help people this is a way for me to cope and to lay out all my feelings. it was very hard for me to forgive this person. it was hard to write this poem but after I did I felt so free!!! it was lie a weight lifted off my shoulders. I don't what's going on in your life but I do hope this has helped you.

      • Holdfast26

        I agree it did help me an I feel the same about people being able to relate to them it as well helps me with my feeling if I write them out

      • 5 more comments

      • Patricia LaFazia

        I can feel every word you wrote! Well said 🙂

        • Gabriella

          thank you so much

        • BRIAN & ANGELA

          WELCOME GABRIELLA (nice name) thanks for your first poem ~ well written and pulsating with Rhyme ~ Rhythm & Reason ! There come times in our lives ~ when we have to LET GO & LET GOD ~ Amen ~ But however many times we are hurt ~ the BIBLE teaches we must always FORGIVE ~ even in excess of 490 (7 x 70) times. Every Blessing ~ thinking of You ~ BRIAN (UK)

          • Gabriella

            Thank you so much!!! I\'m glad you liked it . Yes that's so true I'm learning to let go and let God right now

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