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TITLE: Justification Fresh and Fair
By Ferol Lininger
06/13/06
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Violence justified is not justified at all.
A vindictive spirit may harbor the heartís fall.
Emotional pain can sometimes trigger discord.
Violent emotions care little what life is for.

Justification needs no violence to endure.
Revenge could never restore a hurt heart so pure.
Time beckons the spirit to seek out much healing.
Sometimes deep emotional hurt needs revealing.

Peeling countless layers of grief opens from within.
One of the worst things to do is let anger win.
Itís possible to channel emotional pain.
Finding purpose can save a heart from being slain.

Justified violence is just one of many lies.
A taste of revenge sours the tongue for its cries.
Instead, forgiveness sweetens the surrounding air.
It channels the soul to find rest so fresh and fair.
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