Words lost,
Pains of the past,
They can never last.

Beyond sadness grey
shines a golden ray,
It says, “Blame, hurt, go away!”

Then in human hearts,
Letting go softly flows;
Crumble all mistakes’ walls.

Souls rise to purity;
Conversations new embrace maturity,
and sings, forgiveness fervently.

Vatsala Radhakeesoon

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About vatsala radhakeesoon

Born in Mauritius in 1977, Vatsala Radhakeesoon is the author of the poetry books ,When Solitude Speaks (2013) and Depth of the River ( July 2017). She is the representative of Immagine and poesia (Italy based literary artistic movement) for Mauritius. Her works also regularly appear in online literary journals, magazines and blogs such as Setu, Indiana Voice Journal, Dissident Voice , Tuck Magazine , Destiny Poets and others. Vatsala is currenly self-employed and continues to write poems in English, Kreol, French and Hindi.

9 thoughts on “Forgiveness

  1. Anoucheka

    Wonderful poem Vatsala D. Radhakeesoon I really wish blame and hurt could simply melt and go away .. Life would have been easier indeed and more fulfilling


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