Hope Poem

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Bright Light

© more by S.C. Lourie

Published: December 18, 2020

I see you, darling.
Holding on to your hope with both hands.
Feeling exhausted with all the turbulence.
But not letting go.
Shedding and bending
and growing and trying. So much trying.
And you are right,
your old life is a bad fit for you now.
There is more for you out there.
There is more for you inside too.
Keep holding on to your hope.
The world needs more of that right now.

ABOUT THE POET:

S.C. Lourie is a free-spirit mama living both magically and simply with her childhood sweetheart and three gorgeous girls in London, UK (although she pines for the beach most days!). After experiencing her first and late miscarriage in early 2016, her world forever changed and has been a catalyst for a new wave of art and writing in her work. She thoroughly enjoys making beautiful things for the beautiful folk that support and follow her work.

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