The Unapologetic Obligation to Forgive

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Speak to us of the elusive apology, please. In this day and “new” age, much of the emphasis seems to focus on the obligatory need to forgive. Although there may be freedom in forgiveness, resolute¬†forgiveness can be a great responsibility.

(Take the high road to apology.)

Architecture’s Echoing Constitution; Weathered Canyon

As he burned their bridge,
Her cremated compassion,
was washed away

When he drowned their love,
She surrendered
to his forceful nature,
Embellished the oceans
with her bioluminescent amber
and golden flecks

As he buried their truth,
within his chest,
Her raining forgiveness
flooded his headstone heart

Time-speckled echoes
in their fault-line canyon,
His and Her Remains

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