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I accept your apology because I know that you love me, even though no matter how many times I heard it in life, to me it was never enough.
I could feel then, when I was amongst you, exactly what you are feeling right now. Your pain, your regrets for what you should have told me, should have did for me. Know, I accept your apology for forgetting mother’s days and birthday’s, even though I tried to tell you then how significant those days are while your mother is alive.
For all times that I was ignored, defied, mistreated, disliked, lied to, taken for granted, hated, and turned against. I want you EACH of you to know ....... I accept your apology.
I am hopeful even though my physical body cannot embrace you and take pain away, that you now will remember my birthday and realize why mother’s day has a very, very, very special meaning.
I am hopeful that you are not taking this lesson too hard.
I just want each of you to know how much I love you still, even though I cannot tell you.
I accept your apologies... that I never will be able to hear.
As I write this final letter for two, please know that I do not want you to live your lives perforated with guilt. I write this letter to ease your minds and to let you know .... I accept.
I accept. For all sunlit skies that I will never see......I accept.
I accept. For all of your smiles, tickles in your laughter, and all of laughter to follow....I accept.
I have accepted that you loved me THEN as you love me NOW.
I have accepted that you were just being teenagers.
THIS……………..is my Letter for Two.
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C.V. Harris is a writer living in South Orange New Jersey who's passion for expressing the sentiments of love, grief and triumph can be both entertaining as well as motivating. C.V. Harris can be contacted at Click Here