Captain Violent K Dick
Hope that they find hope and hope that they will,
hope they will cope with hope in a pill.
Hoping theyl forget today and hope for tomorrow,
hoping they hope past all their hopelessness and sorrow.
Hope that theyl have the hope that you have and hope that they can,
giving them hope is your hopeful plan.
You label with hope lack of hope as sickness,
and you hope you can bring it to hopeful fitness.
You hope lack of hope is a temporary despair,
And so you hope lack of hope is something you can repair.
Your hoping those with no hope will not hope but find help,
but hopelessness means no hope of hoping for something else.
Hope becomes found in hoping for a hopeful fix,
that fast hope is found in a bottle or a hopeful needle prick.
This brings a quick hope that hopelessness will pass,
but hope through destruction destroys hope at last.
Hoping and hoping that hope will return,
everyone's helping to hope but hope you can't learn.
And when hope is ended and hope cant go on,
your hoping and hoping that they will hope they are wrong.
But for the hopeless to hope is a contradiction,
a reflection of hope is glanced in the hope that some day they'll be gone.
So hope for hope and hope for hope still,
but know for the hopeless their hope will stay nil.
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