Do you know when sunsets,
what creates a feel of pleasure in me,
a hope that it will rise again.............
Do you know when rain stops,
what make me to dance with joy,
a hope that one day, I am going to see it again...........
Do you know in the dark,
what make me smile,
a hope that again this world will be able to see the light..........
Do you know when somebody dies,
what consoles my heart,
a hope that, he got peace from the problems of this world................
Do you know when somebody cries,
what give me a support of relaxation,
a hope that sadness is not permanent................
Do you know in the winter,
what makes me happy,
a hope that spring is not so far..............
Do you know instead of all problems in my life,
what makes me to live my life,
a hope that one day, I am going to make someone smile.............................
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