May 29, 2009
By Matthew BRONZE, Dublin, Ohio
Matthew BRONZE, Dublin, Ohio
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A battle fought on either side
But neither end will win
Yet all will take their proud stride
As life will soon begin
Many flaws have caused the Family grief
Tossed Happiness into fire
We must forgive one another at the very least
To reach our just desire
Though a grudge can be strongly held
Through long periods of time
It may stand firmly against itself
Once given a piece of mind
But prepare youself for a time of good
A time that has long awaited
And know, for as still as it's stood
Is now anticipated
Families are loving, easy-forgiving
No matter what they've become
I promise, for as long as I'm living
Our Family will be One
Coming from the mind of the baby
The mind of your youngest son
Our Family, I say this Frankly
Will return after all we've done.

The author's comments:
This was a Mother's Day poem I wrote for my mom. I wrote this poem based on what the family is going through at the moment (separations, no visits, get the gist).

What is explained in here is that a grudge is being held, but it can contradict itself if someone would just speak up and tell how they feel. And that a good time can happen for everyone when the grudge is broken.

So, if anything like a grudge is holding you back from the rest of the world, don't let it consume you. Reach out and react.

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on Jun. 24 2009 at 7:48 pm
LoveLikeWoe DIAMOND, LeSueur, MN, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
Whoever laughs first has the sickest mind.

I loved it. *aplause*

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