Reconciliation Poems

Popular Reconciliation Poems
Apologize for What?!
by Scott Biggerstaff

For caring? For helping?
I know a plea
Nestled in a request.
I know what I heard.
Should I feel remorse
When, once wound,
Gears turn?

He’s angry -
I feel it like a compulsion

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Letters To Africa
by O. I. Jibi

Letters to Africa

Dear Africa,
What else should I say
that you have already known,

You see all that is happening around you,
yet, you fail to see what is going on through you,

How much more should I speak

......

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Part II - Letters to Africa
by O. I. Jibi

Dear Africa,

Time goes by as I write more letters to you,
hoping you refrain from your ways.

Your mind is a World,
develope it, refine it to be beneficiary.

Look into yourself and see the mixed of darkness,
overshadowing the cloud and rains down droplets of wickedness to your fellows.

......

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Recent Reconciliation Poems
Apologize for What?!
by Scott Biggerstaff

For caring? For helping?
I know a plea
Nestled in a request.
I know what I heard.
Should I feel remorse
When, once wound,
Gears turn?

He’s angry -
I feel it like a compulsion

......

Continue reading
Part II - Letters to Africa
by O. I. Jibi

Dear Africa,

Time goes by as I write more letters to you,
hoping you refrain from your ways.

Your mind is a World,
develope it, refine it to be beneficiary.

Look into yourself and see the mixed of darkness,
overshadowing the cloud and rains down droplets of wickedness to your fellows.

......

Continue reading
Letters To Africa
by O. I. Jibi

Letters to Africa

Dear Africa,
What else should I say
that you have already known,

You see all that is happening around you,
yet, you fail to see what is going on through you,

How much more should I speak

......

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Popular Poets about Reconciliation From Members
  • O. I. Jibi
    O. I. Jibi (2 poems about Reconciliation)
    December 09, 2019 - Port Harcourt
  • Scott Biggerstaff
    Scott Biggerstaff (1 poems about Reconciliation)
    October 19, 1988 - Lee's Summit, MO