Seema Chowdhury

Rookie - 269 Points (14th September,1971 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Cling On To Hope

Cling on to hope like the bees on flowers
And talk of it in life's every hour
For this dear friend is the greatest power
That lets you reach the success tower

And I know its its pretty hard to do
But don't feel bad, down or blue
For that morn will soon come in view
That will color your life with success hue

And don't let anyone to break your dreams
For hope works as the medicated cream
That help even in cases that're extreme
And shows you the way of success beam

And remember one thing dear always try
To wipe tears that stays in your eye
And give it time to swiftly dry
So you can see the success sky

That is shining bright just for you
And is reflecting its color that are new
That all seems very honest and true
And let you gather success that's due.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2008

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  • Rookie - 15 Points Rajaram Ramachandran (6/17/2008 8:20:00 PM)

    Every living creature in this world is living on hopes only that tomorrow will be better than today and this way the journey goes on till the end. (Report) Reply

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