Beware, You Hold Our Hopes.
In our world off sorrows,
Everything to us is bitter,
And nothing more we can,
Than to mourn our piteous fate.
Our world is too dump
To wakening, so if we hand
You our lampions, the less,
Not the least, nor our lost words
From our little oils in the
Dark corner, it is the image of
Ourselves, we dream it Trust!
Like a toy given by a child, who
Would go the extent of
Harming, to have it back.
And neither is a brother who
Harms another brother a brother
To the brother harmed,
Nor is he to all.snuff it not!
Let our sad faces be
A mirror of your reflection.
Let it light, melt, sound your
Heart, zeal and conscience.
Pledge it an honour that,
You have a solemn promise to hoist!
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