Shweta Pamnani

Rookie (Mumbai)

Hope Never Die! !


Hope makes us secure,
With a belief that every pain has a cure!
Hope comes from with- in heart,
It makes work things that were fallen apart!
Hope arise when we allow it,
Hope so makes us goal grit.
Hope whispers “everything will be fine”
When our strength tends to decline!
Hope cannot be defined in words,
Yet with it all our worries tend to curb.
Hope sounds so great
When we learn to wait!
Hope is- believing in self,
When we find nothing for our help!
Liberate your mind;
Hope so will bring a wonderful delight!
Hope is creating our own destiny
Sometimes it makes us blossom with ecstasy;
Hope lies in forgiveness-
As it gives us happiness! !
Hope never dies -
Because hope lives in our soul!
Hope brings our dreams alive;
And with hope the best solutions arrive! !

Submitted: Sunday, April 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: hope


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