Palas Kumar Ray

Rookie - 200 Points (India)

Sunrise Of Hope


Hopefully there comes a day for me too
when my words will reach to your ears
like a soft song.
Like a melodious tune it will linger
from morning to dawn via night.

Hopefully there comes a day for you too
When you will forget to forget my words
which will rule your consciousness
and unconsciously you will
love them too much.
Hopefully they will also be true.

But until it happens so
Until my words softens
bear with me friends
have patience with me
and wait for a sunrise of hope.




© Palas Kumar Ray.All rights reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Edited: Saturday, June 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: hope


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Comments about this poem (Sunrise Of Hope by Palas Kumar Ray )

  • Rookie Sandra Fowler (3/19/2010 5:38:00 PM)

    I am sure that the sunrise of your hope
    will warm the poetic windows of many
    souls. A beautiful, poignant write.

    Always your friend,

    Sandra (Report) Reply

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