Hope Poems

Hope Poems from famous poets and best beautiful poems to feel good. Best hope poems ever written. Read all poems about hope.

No Hope To Life

Grey street corner
A frozen room
Lonely bed
A dying moon

Litter swept streets
And templed stars
Blurred rising sun
Hits burnt out cars.

Hate scrawled text
On bricked in walls
From cancered branch
A last leaf falls

The knife drawn streets
Barred with shops,
The downward wound
That never stops.

A Frostbitten tree
A pock marked road.
First morning truck
With a heavy load.

Gun ruled streets
Of bricks and knives
Discarded dreams
And shattered lives.

A world of pain
A world of snow
Nowhere to leave
No place to go

With no hope
To a world forlorn
No route to life
A child is born

Losing some hope is not a problem, but the problem occurs when we don’t look around searching for what inspires and propels us to challenge this life more and achieve our dreams and goals. Hope is the key to every success and is the light that shows us the end of the tunnel. We have prepared for you an amazing collection of the most famous poems about hope by classical and modern poets from around the world such as "Hope Is The Thing With Feathers" by Emily Dickinson, "Bird Of Hope" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, and "Caged Bird" By Maya Angelou.


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