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Forgive me for my somedays
Posted by: Kathie (---.089.popsite.net)
Date: June 18, 2003 04:23PM

Many years ago I found a poem that I just loved. I was going through a really tough time and couldn't find the words to explain it to people. This poem helped a lot. Now, once again I am going through tough times and I would really like to find it again.
I don't know the title nor the author, but the beginning was something like this:
Forgive me for my somedays, my maybe's and my mights.
Forgive the words I save for another day.
My wounds not yet fogotten scars and I must walk still slower than before.

I know there was more and perhaps the words aren't quite exact but I would really love to find it again. If it seems familiar to anyone, can you let me know?
Thank you in advance.


Re: poem without a title
Posted by: rikki (---.wc.optusnet.com.au)
Date: June 18, 2003 07:52PM

Googling turned up this one -



Someday


Forgive me for my somedays
my maybes and my mights
Forgive the words I save~
for other days.

You see, my heart is not yet whole...
My wounds not yet forgotten scars...
and I must walk still slower
than before.

I only ask you trust.
Wait, and understand
I want to give you all,
but all is not yet
mine to give.


Larry S. Chengees


Re: poem without a title
Posted by: VtMorningDove (---.089.popsite.net)
Date: June 18, 2003 10:49PM

Wel thank you Rikki, I went to google and tried it various ways yet it came up with nothing even close.


Re: poem without a title
Posted by: rikki (---.wc.optusnet.com.au)
Date: June 19, 2003 12:04AM

you're welcome - "forgive+somedays+maybes" eventually came up with a result.

rikki.


Larry S. Chengges
Posted by: ilza (200.162.247.---)
Date: June 19, 2003 09:55AM

hi
the name is Chengges




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