Margaret Roe

(Bedworth, Warks, UK)

Hope - Poem by Margaret Roe

I planted a seed, it was called hope
Everyday I lovingly tended it
On the water of life it survived
The sun gave it its strength
The earth fed all its roots
Heaven opened its arms to protect it
The Gods gave it their blessing
We now have the seeds in our hands
Let the four winds take them away
To cover the world with new hope


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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