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Jun 8
I learnt to start justifying my actions
After years of crying sin
On everything I did and said
And only now the thought pervades my head
Now that I can breath, and I have no one to wrong
Just how wrong I was for the long
Of these two years.
Amongst my fears
I count – Will I ever be as brave, as honest, as forgiving, as principled
As before the time the reality of Life hit me, violent, raw, carried me on its current, limp, unbridled?
Will I find Truth again
Not calling it vain
To struggle and fight
For what is right?
Will I learn to forgive myself, not because β€˜it was a hard time, too hard for me to take’,
But come out of the shame I have descended into, and give forgiveness for its own sake?
Bella Isaacs
Written by
Bella Isaacs  18/F/Oxford
(18/F/Oxford)   
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     Imran Islam and Fawn
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