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Holding you firm while opening a birthday gift Only five years old, with Plenty of high expectations for a firetruck. It’s Everything that you could’ve imagined,
A Beacon of Hope By Arjun Akwei To the lost man on the mountain, hope is finding the right path
What I require is What most people desire Not power or absolute control But hope That is all I need
Dare I ask what tomorrow brings Another day of temptation to reach my hope Yet I am prepared, even if it stings
As long as there's hope, the smallest boy still gets up after a fall. As long as there's hope, the weakest patient still walks after an operation. As long as there's hope,
We all get screwed up in the end. Life screws us up. We all face our own battles. Wage our own wars. Concur our own enemies. And fall down at our own turns.
On an island somewhere far away With just myself I fend for my sanity All I need is hope something to strengthen my bones A way to persevere with just a state of mind Hope is essential
The last year, one last chance to make a mark. My mark, what will it be? I am just discovering who I am and I feel it's too late. Days keep going, I try to come to terms with it. For me, high school is ending.
She stood still with fear The fear made her queer It had been over a year Since she last saw her dear. She stood at the exit Reluctant to leave She stood there wishing With a hopeful belief.
A world in darkness, Barren stone, Evil whispers broken bone. People crying, Hope does fade Into the darkness, Shrouded shade. People dying, Help they cry,
Sometimes i wish people would look at me and see that im not okay that most nights i cry myself to sleep