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Ravi Singh

Rookie - 11 Points (02 October 1969 / Gwalior, India)

Never let the 'Hope' die...!


Hopes are feathers, a wish is a bird
One may find this simile a little absurd

Hold on, do not lose patience
As I will explain to you the essence

Behind this there is a theory
I shall relate this with a story

Feathers, they keep the bird warm
Likewise hopes keep our wishes strong

Clip the feathers and the bird will not fly
Were it not for hope our wishes would die

My fellow beings, listen to what i have to say
Keep on hoping, what you wish for will come your way

Let your wishes, as birds, freely fly
As long as your hope, you never let die.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Edited: Friday, July 24, 2009

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