Certain Hope - Poem by Cash Onadele
The Sun is overhead, this present time, somewhere in the world,
Even if the vultures patiently gather to swoon at the last breathe of dying creatures.
Creepers, fodders, shrubs and trees agree to form stories in the forest beyond,
I think something unites us all, I have placed my hope in that.
If only we can understand that we all come from the same place,
So what if our circumstances and situations differ, currently?
The true color of a good heart becomes green in acceptance.
I believe something multiplies us, I have increased my hope in that.
Are we overtaken, absorbed and submitted to mundane part of existence,
Or generously, choose to focus on being each other’s keeper?
Some say all is fair in love and war, why do we war at all in love?
I know something endears us, I have chosen to embrace that, in hope
I believe again hope, unites us in this place
I think again, it multiples and increases all we share,
Frankly, I know hope, embraces and endears us too,
and especially today, for a lover’s heart, cares for you.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
March 26 · Edited ·
Cash Onadele © 2015 'Dancing in the Sun' Poem Book Collection
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