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Sylvia Chidi

(Germany)

Hope


We hope for love
And for blessings from above
We hope for wealth
And that life deals us good health

We pray in hope
We seek in hope
We live in hope
We aim with hope

If you decide for one moment to lose hope
You also deny yourself the chance to develop
You deny yourself the chance in life to cope
With nil to hold on to as you walk a tightrope

For Sweet, Sweet Dreams
They never seem to last it seems
Yet Sweet, Sweet Dreams
Are timeless and endless it seems

And when hope walks along my path
I can believe again in love at first glance
I can believe in me this very instance
For my dreams play dearly upon my heart

And with hope I can endure
For it is the perfect cure
And with hope I have faith
Mine is endorsed with no expiry date

Submitted: Sunday, October 07, 2007
Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011

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