Just Let Her Know You Love Her – A Poem

Just Let Her Know You Love Her

How ever can I explain it? Tell me, where do I begin, to try and justify the cause of just another sin? I remember the day she told me, and the fear within her eyes. I hid my love for you behind “it’s-your-decision” lies.

How could I fight a verdict that she so quickly made? All I could do was love her, and try to ease her pain. I guess I always thought that atonement could be mine– if we had another child someday, we’d undo this tragic crime.

I wish that I could blame her, to help relieve my guilt, But I only blame myself, and I know I always will. I should have protected you, instead of her or me. But I loved her so much, living for her touch…. That’s what I hope you’ll see.

Now, I see you up in Heaven, your finger pointing down, upon the lap of Christ, millions of innocents, gathered `round. Knowing you are in Heaven, offers some relief to me because our all-forgiving God has promised to set me free.

I know we’ll be joined together, as family once again when our time on earth is over and our eternity can begin. So please forgive us both, for such a selfish task. Just let her know you love her; it’s all I’ll ever ask.



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One Response to Just Let Her Know You Love Her – A Poem

  1. Xavier says:

    This testimony was beautiful (of Anonymous) and I join them in this prayer. Child you’ll never know why I had to do it but you are better off there.

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