Sam Hussin

Hope May Be... (please comment, project for english)

Hope may be…

Hope may be: us teenagers of this world in high schools and universities; hope is us teenagers fitting in this big and scary world; hope is us teenagers and our decisions to proceed to new passages.
Hope may be: us kids of this world; hope is the kids of this world and what route they decide to take in long run; hope is the kids of this world who will turn this world around.
Hope may be: our parents and what they wanted us to become in life, hope is our parents and what turn we decided to take within the paths they shaped for us.
Hope may be many things, hope is me and you- hope is all of us.
Hope is believing that us “dumb teenagers” will hold this world together another century.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

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  • Shekhar Joshi (4/18/2009 10:08:00 AM)

    the poem's good and yes we are the ones on whose shoulder lies the hope or shall we say responsibilities
    but many times i wonder why should those people put hope on us who have never done anything themselves
    good work though (Report) Reply

  • Amanda Ford (11/14/2008 10:51:00 PM)

    I wish some of the people and politics of the world today saw it this way.....
    they say were the future and then try to change us to be just like them, but if were just like them then we'll end up making the same mistakes and the world will be more ****ed up than it already is.......
    it's inevitable, but at least we still have hope (Report) Reply

  • Patricia Gale (10/14/2008 9:16:00 PM)

    We might not understand the music, clothes but hope is what We all need if this world is going to last.
    A strong point to stand upon
    A well thought piece

    Hoping you are right
    P. Gale (Report) Reply

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