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Abdullah Musa


Hope Has A Son (II)


For every sickness
you have to bear
For every song
you cannot hear
Hope has a son

For every angel
with a broken wing
For every dove
that cannot fly
Hope has a son

For every sea
you cannot see
For every ocean
you have to sail
Hope has a son

For every victory
that died in vain
For every game
you lost again
Hope has a son

For every favor
you have to kneel
For every love you grip that frailed
Hope has a son

For every weep
that make you weak
For every snow
that makes you weary
Hope has a son

Submitted: Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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