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Fatima Obaid

Rookie - 85 Points (19 Dec / Rawalpindi)

Hoping Of Happy New Year


The year has passed
The New Year has arrived
All the pains sadness and angriness has become past
All the happiness, sweetness and love has arrived
All the sickness, Madness and childishness has gone
All the maturity, intelligence and hopes has arrived
My all the things are now my past
My all concentration is just focusing on future
New Year has arrived with hope
A hope of goodness in everything
A hope that my country will be in peace
A hope that all problems may come with a simple solution
May my all the relations become more sweet and loveable?
May my all pathetic memories be just past
May my life be quite simple
May my life be full of joy
Past year is a past don’t matter what was it
But the future is unknown and unseen
Don’t know that what will happen
Just hope that everything will be good and ok
So I hope that every hope will not just hope
Hope we can say next year with hope that Happy New Year

Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 06, 2013

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  • Rookie - 913 Points Susan Lacovara (11/5/2013 7:39:00 PM)

    Your message comes across, even if not grammatically perfect...the best way to grow is to continue spilling your soul through your poetry. PEACE..and understanding...I understood the emotions you wrote about just fine! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 94 Points Aman Arora (9/7/2013 12:13:00 PM)

    Grammatically weak, but keep writing. I am sure two years later, when you read this poem, you would be able to make out those errors and then this poem would read more beautiful. (Report) Reply

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