Divyesh J. Shah


Hope


Downtime In the life
When there is no way in sight
When nothing seemed good
Even struggling to get food

All over darkness and failures
When the eyes were full of tears
Living every moments in fear
When there’s no one to hear

Everything felt at loss
When all else gave up
A little bit of hope
Surely one can cope

Hope keeps all alive
Hope gives a way to survive
Giving mind ventilation
A source of illumination

Hope is a candle in the night
Hope is the weapon to fight
Hope is the mind to explore
Hope is the future to secure

Hope is the dream of better days
Hope is the beam of light rays
Hope is something to say
Hope is that to find a way

Hope gives a strong long rope
And widely extends the scope
Hope to remain positive
Hope makes us competitive

A hoping soul is a sure winner
Hopeless mind grows thinner
Hope is what the whole world needs
Hope is for the future good deeds

Submitted: Wednesday, September 29, 2010

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