Glamorous Enigma

(13/04/1987 / Algeria)

A GLEAM OF HOPE


From despair to a gleam of hope
I wrote this poem to dream of hope...........

Hope is a candle in my dark
At night he is the sparkling stars

Hope is my eternal dream
In the day he's my sunbeam

Hope so special - makes my life
He saves my heart from inner strife

Hope is my window opened wide
After my rain - my rainbow guide

Hope is my perfect scenting flower
Against all strife, he gives me power

Hope fights for me heroically
While the whole world opposes me

Hope for my weakness - for my sadness
He is my strength - he is my gladness

Hope knocks my door of loneliness
His key, a sweet smile, gives me gladness

Hope is a mystery an enigma
His soft light mellows his charisma

Hope is the roots of a fruitful tree
He matures me and he makes me free!


{September 11,2009}

***a gleam of HOPE is the light of LIFE

Submitted: Tuesday, July 06, 2010

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