Hope Poems

Hope Poems

Poems about Hope

Having hope propels us to achieve our dreams and drives us forward toward our pursuits. It also keeps us afloat when everything seems to go wrong, when we feel that we're drowning. Hope is the light at the end of the tunnel, the northern star by which we navigate our lives through trials and difficulties towards our dreams of a better day. When we lose hope, we are like a rudderless ship being tossed about without direction. Having and finding hope, then, is essential for keeping our dreams upright and continuing to sail in the direction of their attainment.

Hope and Faith Poems

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Poem About Our Memories
  • By Albi Demeza
  • Published: September 10, 2015
As Is Life

It's strange the things you remember
And the things you seem to forget
It's a jamboree of all sorts
A patchwork of joys and regrets

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  • By Swetha Baskaran
  • Published: February 2013
Tiny Shred Of Love

Floating, heart askew
In the dark deep tunnel of nothing
Claw with every cell of me
Reach out for anger greed sorrow ...

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Poem About Enduring The Hardships You Face In Life
  • By Alicia Quetzalcoatl
  • Published: May 11, 2015
Endure Like A Tree

To get through life you have to endure as a tree does.
When Mother Nature tries to bring you down,
You will never fall; you will stand your ground.
You will encounter burning flames.

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This poem really spoke to me. I like the fact that you said "Your roots will always be there to support you". This like says that your family will always be there to help you thru whatever...

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Poem About the Pain from Child Abuse
Lost In The Past

Searching for something that may never be known,
mental disturbance turns a heart back to stone.

Create memories alone in your head,...

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  • By Lydia Preston
  • Published: October 2011
God Will Make A Way

Society seems in a mess
Mothers cry, while Fathers stress
to be polite is a disgrace
as children mock you to your face...

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This is a very inspirational poem. May the poet live long to inspire more souls. It has uplifted my spirit and renewed my hope.

  • By Pratiksha
  • Published: December 2012
Changing Faces

Under a democratic shield,
Beneath the enticing charm,
Lies an autocratic exterior,
Revealing cursed ideas, cruelty and harm....

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  • By Austin Low
  • Published: January 2014
Dark World

Who will be the sight,
for the blind?

who will be the voice,...

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I like the poem a lot, but don't think you are correct about your 'cause'. I am only 16 but I do care about everyone and I personally love beauty and nature. I am aiming to go to an art...

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  • By Lil Mafia
  • Published: December 2010
My Life

The things I've seen will scar me for life,
growing up I've seen wrong and very little of right,
I hear a sad song and tears roll down my face,
I look in the mirror and feel so out of place,...

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  • Rating 4.23
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My life is like a flower. It started as a seed that was planted in someone's backyard. Every day this flower looked for sun and water as the roots started to sprout. The flower started to...

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Poem About Believing in Yourself
  • By Chanel Winslow
  • Published: December 2008
It Isn't What It Seems...

It's a state of mind that I'm trying to find.
I want it all to be mine.
It's like finding tu voz por la primera vez (your voice for the first time).
And I'm eager to learn more....

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Writer's Block
  • By Alissa Sanders
  • Published: March 2011
The Wind

My thoughts lay printed on sheets of paper,
Stored in the drawer of my mind.
They are organized, neat,
Nothing out of place....

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