Sarah Child


A Glimmer of Hope


A glimmer of hope for the world
Resides in the eyes of children
And the innocence of their hearts
Their pure smiles
And angelic laughter

A glimmer of hope for you
Resides in my heart
Where you will always be welcomed with open arms
And where you can always return to when you come back
No matter what you have done

A glimmer of hope for us
Resides in your dreams
Where you dream of me every night
And to hold me once again in your arms
And love me like you did before you left

Submitted: Friday, May 15, 2009
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  • Raymond Rivera (2/24/2010 11:19:00 AM)

    Very well put. I can tell this is young love. I like what you wrote about children and of course, the love overtones were great.

    Good write. (Report) Reply

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