My Hope

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My Hope
by Jeanne

The ending of each season will be greeted by the beauty of another
The weakest of birds will make her way to her nest
The funnel of the strongest tornado will touch down in a place no life exists
Every empty room will eventually have a window with a view
Gunfire in the distance is just target practice
When life passes, there is somewhere else to be explored
Hail will not always take over a heavy rain
Injuries are short term
All children will have an offering of change and growth
The fearful will find their song
Antidotes will arrive in the nick of time
Things happen for a reason
To believe is to win

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