Bandile Matsenjwa

Rookie - 37 Points (29 January 1994 / Swaziland)

Hope-The Revision


Hope is
What keeps you waiting when fervour
Its what comes in as patience
It is injected by passion in my veins
It can't be determined by the way one walks
Or the way one talks
But what you make out of it

Hope
Gives you strength to keep going
It gives you energy to reach your destiny
Hope is living in you
Hope is in your words n mind
Don't have to borrow mine
You got yours
The more you hope, the more you stand still
Its the amazing stranger
That comes in when the world walks out
Its the love
Expressed through endeavours

So take my advice
And use it to switch your life
Hope is there
It is always near
Just be optimistic
And all will go accordingly
God is our hope
He inexplicably, generarilly, surprisingly, and amazingly works in mysterious ways
After all God is Hope
Just curtsy down and pray
Because thats your jet to heaven

Submitted: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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