Lyndsey Grant

Hopeless - Poem by Lyndsey Grant

I have no hope for you;
We that flow
Like cheese and wine,
Or rather
Vinegar and oil.

I have no hope for us;
You and I,
Separated farther
Than these lands miles,
Galaxies apart
In our own spacious minds.

I had no hope,
Settled on past regret.

I will have no hope,
For the future's best.

I have no hope,
In the present tense.

I am hopless.



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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 20, 2005

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