Dhawal Champaneri


The Other Side Of Hope


Hope is the biggest lie you’re living in all your life
Lie that will make you feel better
Lie that would make all truth disappear
Hoping with all your heart wouldn’t bring anything back
Wouldn’t change anything and defiantly wouldn’t change the truth, the fact.
Hoping that everything will be alright is a lie you’re living in

You’re hoping you win when you’re losing
Hoping you get all the happiness in the world when your crying
Hoping someone better will come along when your heartbroken
Hoping you’ll get back up when you just got kicked down
Hoping you’ll have a great life when everything in your life is ruined
You’re telling yourself lies, lies that will never be true
This is what hope is… a lie!

Submitted: Friday, October 07, 2011
Edited: Saturday, October 08, 2011
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