Blame and Forgiveness

Cumberland Gap Roadside Rest Area
 
Although it’s faster to forget
And bury passing pain,
There’s much in blame that I regret.
The storm outside’s not over yet.
May clouds transform with rain.

I am hosting today at dVerse with the theme of blame and forgiveness, either or both, any form or no form, confessional or not. Come join us!

This is also linked to Debbie Roth’s Forgiving Fridays.

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Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

61 thoughts on “Blame and Forgiveness”

  1. Frank, I love that you’re hosting a topic of “blame and forgiveness”. This is a powerful combination to help explore the gift of forgiveness to heal. Your poem at the same time captures the pain of blame and the grace of forgiveness. Thank you. You touch my heart with the peace in your writing. And the photo is perfect! Isn’t that a peace dove?

    I’ll share this for #ForgivingFridays in March. Likely will be next week, as I’m going on a trip to Austin in a few days!

    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  2. SMiLes Frank a Bit of Magic Yes
    A Bit of Synchronicity as not to
    Long ago i was Singing About Carrier
    Pigeons of Love Appreciating Whatever
    Reciprocal Social Communication
    Crumbs Come Now Their Way
    in this Brave New Twitter
    World Recently Expanded
    to 280 Characters Thanks
    With my Lack of Brevity
    Hehe.. And
    Forgiveness
    Is Best Always
    At Hand Now Where Crumbs
    of Divided Attention Takes Us
    So Many Places in a New York Minute
    Now hey at Least We Can Say ‘We Heard
    About Something’ More than the Nothing
    Before if we Missed out on the Card Catalogs then..:)

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