they say nothing worthwhile come's easy...
but how does one struggle without a ray of light?
down the endless spiral, with no end in sight?
oh but for a tiny spark of hope...
would lessen the pain of my bleeding knees
as i crawl along on all fours
blinded by my tears and pain
where to? nobody knows....
please give me a single word spelling life..
and ill walk for you over shards of glass..
crawl on my knees.. if my legs give away..
till the rains stop pounding...
till the sunshine cleaves open the heavens bright..
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|1||Hope, by Florencia Faber|
|2||Hope You Don'T Mind(Originally By Aliya Rowland), by Alyy Fabrizio|
|3||Hope And Destiny-A Sonnet From 'Indian Sonnets', by Syed Faizan|
|4||Hope And The Abyss, by May Falamic|
|5||I Hope, by Kailee Falvo|
|6||Hope, by Tayla Fankhauser|
|7||Road Away From Hope, by James Fanthorpe|
|8||A Ray Of Hope, by Rafique Farooqi|
|9||It Is My Fond Hope, by Raymond Farrell|
|10||Hope, by Les Farrow|
|11||Hope, by naseena fathima|
|12||My New Hope, by Rose Favela|
|13||Into The Light That Is Hope, by (brief renderings) Joe Fazio|
|14||Into The Light...That Is Hope, by (brief renderings) Joe Fazio|
|15||Hope At Sunset, by Steven Federle|
|16||The Real Hope, by Steven Federle|
|17||Hope, by Steven Federle|
|18||Pure Hope, by Steven Federle|
|19||Hope And Courage, by Joshua Fegley|
|20||Hope, by Sandra Feldman|