Nina gáspari

(05/13/1985)

I hope


I hope
For the better when most ppl
Would have expected the worst
I hope
For a brighter day when things
Aren´t quite going my way
I hope
For lighter moments when situations
Get too heavy for me to handle
I hope
For the truth when most ppl
Would have come to believe that is just an illusion
I hope
For a clean, and wide blue sky when
The stormy vision cloud up my eyes
I hope
You can run to me whenever u
Come to realize u are finally free
I hope
My dreamy goals can come true when
Some ppl tell me they´ve been created by a fool
I hope
I can still remember all the good things when
The bad things might make me wanna give in and surrender
I hope
My faith remains untouchable at the end of it all
I hope
I can still conquer this land even when ppl
Tell me I may fall
I hope
True love never leaves me alone even when I know
I´m already gone
I hope
Within all the things I know
That no matter where life takes me
My hope will forever save me

Submitted: Monday, September 20, 2010
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