Hope

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Description of the meaning of hope

Submitted: May 11, 2017

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It is but a dream

Half formed, half seen

Yet awake we complete

The parts that life delete

 

It starts with a seed

Brush stroke by brush we feed

The canvas of expectation

A situation of pure imagination

 

As we continue we labor

To do ourselves a favor

It’s a future memory

Our half formed tapestry

 

Our eyes move to catch

The last string we need to patch

We’re so sure of the finished finale

All are pretty. Everyone’s a pal

 

Undying it fed brides and warriors

Who dreamt the battle’s flavor and valor

It’s a trance that transports one into a dream

Sobriety assures things are not what they seem.


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