The Candles That Just Won’t Go Out.

Poem By Sucre Lacotea

A candle that was lit
Did not give a glow of light but a shadow of darkness
Burning there silently unknown
Deep down buried inside
For know one to see but for the person who holds it to feel
The tightening feel of your muscles around it
That how you know it truly there
That it is apart of you
You have let become apart of
That it know longer just an emotion
But long term illness that you suffer
No doctor
No witch
No magician
No medicine
Can help you
The only way of getting rid of it, is by opening your mind and heart
Opening your eye and getting rid of the blindness of hatred
To see the beauty of the world again
To breath
To let go
And move on from the past
What is done is done
The past is the past
History is here to learn from not to dwelled in
So stop having hatred toward those who hurt you
Those that showed you no mercy
What they have done might have bee unforgivable
Move on from it
I say the same to everyone else including myself
Let go of the burning fire of anger
Blow it out with breath of forgiveness
Replace that emotion with love
And remember that Quote from Oscar Wilde
‘ Always forgive your enemies - nothing annoys them so much’

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