Below is the poem entitled Hell is a Fine Line Between Forgiveness and Heaven which was written by poet
archuletta. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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“Although meaning well, the bottom line shows that a “Jersey Rules” Adoption Attorney,
a Children of the World Executive Director and the sidling State that is New Jersey had all gambled with the path of lives.
And now hopeful we should be, each and every soul carries a sealed fate according to visions of karma.
One wonders about the autumn of life – if in some of their minds…?
…Seen loosed for the first time are an infant’s fenced-in lonely springs of life cries, which time had been known to eventually turn into joyous laughter when windblown and lost amongst a summer’s children’s own.
This endure of karmic atonement I can only compare if viewed as a metaphoric wind born penance remind given to a phalanx of the forgiven,
now found ironically within a snow fence’s charged duty to help clear the avenue to adoption.
Yet for the task of some snow fences,
found bound is the standing turpitude of the not forgiven; it is when these weathered pickets are subjected to that same constant echoing wind that rushes past,
drawn out from its gusts is the steady drone of haunted howls for the cold, cold company to once again surround and soon forever to be their winter life’s keep!” …An Unknown Father