Friday, March 18, 2011

Six Word Friday: Hope

Hope.  It's a reason to live.
At daybreak, limitless possibilities for action.
Will there be a breakthrough today?

I cannot regret what once was.
I cannot undo my past today.
Hope: I can learn, renew, repair.

After the storms, clouds part ways.
Destruction may remain for the moment - -
Hope's sparked for something greater.  REBUILD.

Trouble does not creep into life.
He pounces. He startles. He holds.
Tightly, pressed down. Yet, there's hope.

Hope.  It's a reason to live.
At daybreak, limitless possibilities for action.
Will there be a breakthrough today?

Sometimes it's nothing we have caused.
Mother Nature is a fickle parent.
She's powerful. She creates. She ruins.

And God? He's always in charge.
I hope for wisdom to embrace.
And by God's grace, he will.

It's not punishment, these storms.
"There's no testimony without the test"
And so there remains hope. Always.

when you pray
Hope everyday. It has restoring power.
The future promises sunshine.  I hope.
The residue of destruction fades soon.

Remember always what has been lost…
But do not hold to regret.
Treasure memories, of love, of life.

Hope.  It's a reason to live.
At daybreak, limitless possibilities for action.
Will there be a breakthrough today?

six words

9 comments:

Jingle said...

lovely wriitng..
hope is handy when you have the eyes to find it.

cheers.


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Promising Poets Parking Lot said...

Happy Friday...

Ms. Monet said...

I love your refrain. It kept beating your message into me until I too believed.

Kelly said...

Hope every day. Indeed!

ayala said...

Hope every day- is the way

Melissa said...

We can't undo, but we can always rebuild. Hopeful!

2bdancing said...

"remember always what has been lost, but do not hold to regret. Treasure memories, of love,of life"
that really hit home for me.

Belinda Munoz said...

Hope is indeed a reason to live. Living without it is unimaginable.

melgallant said...

I keep hoping for a breakthrough each day too. The people of Japan need it.