Bernard F. Asuncion
Hope Won't Get Crushed - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
C-louds and dark shadows
H-ide from the break of day;
R-ising sun turns the dawn
I-nto crimson, not gray.
S-hine lights your life
T-owards future in brightness;
O-nly when the dreams come true,
P-romising one sweet success.
H-ere comes the morn,
E-rasing the eventide;
R-adiant rays reflect on you to feel the joy your eyes can't hide.
A-s the wide sky is clear
D-ecember twenty-fourth morning;
O-ne special moment makes
N-ew and fresh beginning.
E-ach year that passes by lets you abound in trust;
S-olid in faith and confidence, your hope shall never get crushed.
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