Hope comes



prayed to my guides and guidance they gave, a confused jumble of emotion repaved, through symbols of thought through repose, wonderous images so tormenting have arose, sweet to see and beautious to taste, so contrasted to reality that reality seems a waste, but hope it comes and life does flow though on to where I do not know
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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