I once wished every bad to come your way, after those lies and untruths you said about me. Then I learned that the sky's deaf for bad prayers, and after all these years, I think about forgiveness.
I thought you deserved to sink into the deepest hell for your betrayal; your heart alone was one sickly well. Yet as I looked at these tired wrinkled hands, I knew, this hatred wouldn't last if I had my trust renewed.
How the pain repeatedly told me to avenge you, after one and another shame you put me through. But my son’s laughter turned this thought to me; “Will this bitter enmity become my sole legacy?”
I may not be ready to invite you for a tea, or to drive you to your daughter's wedding. I'd rather say, I don't hate you as much as I did, so don't be a stranger the next time we meet.
I wish you well with whatever good you do. With a lighter heart, my life will be fine too.