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I-The Wretch(The Return only in the Distance)

Posted in Abstract Poetry, Poetry with tags , , , , on August 31, 2012 by lengesinski

Forgiveness Mandala by Wayne Stratz

Forgiveness Mandala by Wayne Stratz (Photo credit: Nutmeg Designs)

Themes on Forgiveness Trilogy


I-Regret(The Wretch)

II-Redemption(The Return)–Forthcoming

III-The Look Back(Experience)–Forthcoming





                          The Wretch(The Return only in the Distance)

Help Save Me

Help Save Me From Myself

The Rub of Jack Ketch’s Stranglehold, the Well Weathered Three Strand Twist of Rope,

Tied Around a Denying Heart,  Forever Unrelenting ,

Steadily Pulled Down into a Foggy Morass,  Own Sentencing,

Judge, Jury, and Executioner at The Ready for Years

Layered Guilt, and Self Loathing So Deep and  Under Hard and Rocky Soils

And Time Quells Not The Cold Fears

A Freedom Only a Willingness Away

(To Openly Forgive,  be Able  to Ask Forgiveness,  Make Amends)

The Wretch(The Return only in the Distance)© 2012 Leonard.C. Gesinski 082/27/2012(2100)

Special Thanks to Alma Delacruz Gossman for the Inspiration Behind This Piece, a Thread and Conversation about Forgiveness This Past Week. Alma is an Outstanding Poet and Artist. One of My Many Online Friends Who are Forever  Turning  Me Onto New Ideas, Viewpoints, Outstanding Writing, and Art.

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