Taylor Scherer

(september 6- / California)

Hope


Hope
To become
What we can not be
For all those
Who have belived
Have forgoten what it feels
To be free
A hope from within
That can always crush the weak of heart
For this is me
And it wishes it upon
No one else
This false hope of mine

The false hope is all it is
For things
Or just for one
Who knows what it is
This false hope of mine
Even I am lost in this confusing
Puzzle
For what is hope
If nothing can inspire
That dream to grow
Grow into reality
From the tips of
All that is

All that is
Is all it will ever be
As long as this hope remains false
A false hope will hold us back
We must inspire
And be inspired
To make these hopes grow
To grow into the future

Submitted: Friday, May 01, 2009
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