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The Hope



Looking outside and raise
My head up high
Making my wish to
Lift up hope
for everybody to appreciate
The true beauty of the
universe Creation of god almighty
Hoping and praying for
Everybody's well
Being.
It is about time
To unlock the deepest feeling
Inside humanity
To end up the
Sorrows and agony that we been all through
Today while
Waiting for the
Clarity of our situations this days.
Just think positive and trust the almighty to lead us in the right way.

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Submitted by Perpetuaa on April 05, 2021

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