Hope Poems

Hope Poems

Uplifting 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.

58 Hopeful Poems of Encouragement and Faith

  1. 1. Just Wait For The Sun

    • By Lisa Marks
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2020

    My poem is about holding on for better days and waiting for the bad times to pass. With all the sad news recently about Caroline Flack and mental health/suicide awareness being so prevalent in the news, this poem is just trying to say please don't think things will always be this bad. Please don't give up. You are not alone. It is a plea to anyone who might ever feel like there is nothing left to live for.

    Better Days Will Come

    When everything's darkness
    And you feel so alone,
    When the rain doesn't stop
    And you can't make it home,
    When it feels all is lost
    And you just want to run,
    It can't rain forever.
    Just wait for the sun.

    When family is pain,
    When friends can't be found,
    When you just want to scream
    But you can't find the sound,
    When it's all your fault,
    And you feel like you're done,
    Just wait for the sun.
    The sunshine will come.

    The storm always passes.
    It won't last forever.
    The rain always stops and gives way to good weather.
    The brightest and warmest of days still to come.
    Please wait for the sun.
    The sunshine will come.

    People who need you,
    People who still love you
    Can warm up your soul like the sunshine above you.
    You're never alone,
    No matter what's done.
    Wait for the sun.
    Just wait for the sun.

    Dark clouds always pass.
    I promise you, hun.
    We're all waiting with you.
    Just wait for the sun.

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  3. 2. Finding Hope

    Reviewing my life and feeling that I've wasted most of it in fear of actually living it.

    Overcoming Fear In Life

    I've always viewed life from the side lines,
    Just watching it passing me by.
    In the past, too afraid to just let go and live,
    And lately too tired to try.

    I've envied the people around me
    So invested in living each day,
    While I spent my time hiding out from the world
    And searching for ways to escape.

    For most of my life I truly believed
    I was here to help somebody else,
    But now it's so clear it was just an excuse.
    To avoid living life for myself.

    It's sad that our lives and the pain we endure
    Can weaken our strength to move on,
    But if we get lost in the scars of our past,
    Without knowing our lives will be gone.

    It's true, people are disappointing,
    They can turn in the blink of an eye,
    But we can't avoid hurting each other,
    When we all want a chance at this life.

    But there's something I've learned through the wisdom of age,
    A truth about all of our lives,
    And that is no matter what path we each take,
    In the end, we just want to survive.

    So the time has now come to conquer my fears
    And to stand up and face a new day.
    Let the hurts of my past wash away with my tears
    And stop letting my life slip away.

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  5. 3. Perfect

    • By Shianne
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2017

    I wrote this poem about trying to change. I spent so long being angry at everyone, and I'm trying to change now.

    Poem About Trying To Change And Be Happy

    My heart flows through this icy land.
    Come and take my lonely hand.
    Show me how to make things right.
    Cry these tears no more tonight.

    Sing this sorrowful song into the air.
    Try to live without a care.
    Look up at the stars in the sky.
    Dry those tears from your eye.

    Lift your head, bring your smiles back.
    Paint your world with color instead of black.
    Undo your lies, make them true.
    Don't let your anger take over you.

    Open your eyes, what do you see?
    There's so many things that you could be
    If instead of thinking, you actually tried
    And forgot about the tears you cried.

    You could be living in a world of hope
    And letting go, learning how to cope.
    With everything life throws your way
    And living your fullest every day.

    You can force the shadows back to the dark.
    Leave without a single scratch or mark.
    You can learn to live without your pain,
    Without putting yourself through this strain.

    You can learn all this if you only realize
    It only matters what perfect is in your eyes.

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  6. 4. Caged Bird

    Caged Bird By Maya Angelou was first published in her book, "Shaker, Why Don't You Sing?" in 1983. The poem is a Metaphor illustrating the differences between African-Americans and Whites during the civil rights era. The author, a black woman who grew up in the South during this era, is expressing her feelings at the discrimination she faced during her life. Her first autobiography published in 1970 is titled, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"

    The free bird leaps
    on the back of the wind
    and floats downstream
    till the current ends
    and dips his wings
    in the orange sun rays
    and dares to claim the sky.

    But a bird that stalks
    down his narrow cage
    can seldom see through
    his bars of rage
    his wings are clipped and
    his feet are tied
    so he opens his throat to sing.

    The caged bird sings
    with fearful trill
    of the things unknown
    but longed for still
    and his tune is heard
    on the distant hill for the caged bird
    sings of freedom

    The free bird thinks of another breeze
    and the trade winds soft through the sighing trees
    and the fat worms waiting on a dawn-bright lawn
    and he names the sky his own.

    But a caged bird stands on the grave of dreams
    his shadow shouts on a nightmare scream
    his wings are clipped and his feet are tied
    so he opens his throat to sing

    The caged bird sings
    with a fearful trill
    of things unknown
    but longed for still
    and his tune is heard
    on the distant hill
    for the caged bird
    sings of freedom.

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  7. 5. Endure Like A Tree

    • By Alicia Quetzalcoatl
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2015

    I love my niece very much, but sadly, my sister took her to live far away. My heart breaks when I talk to her on the phone because she is going through a tough time, and I can't comfort her. I wrote this poem for her on her 10th birthday.

    Poem About Enduring The Hardships You Face In Life

    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.
    Yes, it will be painful and hard,
    But once it's over and done with,
    Your bark will grow back stronger than ever.
    When your leaves start to slowly leave,
    Never fret, there will be more to take their place.
    They'll come and go throughout your life,
    That's just how it is.
    From the time you're a seedling to the time you're mature,
    Your roots will always be there to support you.
    After many years,
    After enduring forest fires and changing leaves,
    Your own saplings will fall away to start anew.
    Then you'll know not to worry,
    They'll grow into tall, strong trees,
    Just like those before you.

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  8. 6. It Will Take Work

    • By HOSwrites
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 4, 2021

    This poem was inspired by the current state of our union. In my opinion, we have drifted apart socially, and we have moved into a very dark place. But I believe there is hope. I think this country is big enough for all of us to live, thrive, and enjoy. But it will take work.

    Healing And Recovery

    We can get back what we lost.
    We can replenish the treasure taken.
    We can enjoy a better way.
    But it will take work.

    It will take willing minds.
    It will take searching hearts.
    It will take a healing theme.
    But it will take hard work.

    We must see with different eyes.
    We must hear with cleared ears.
    We must touch with more sensitive hands.
    But it will take very hard work.

    We can see the sun again.
    The roses will grow and bloom again.
    The home can be made safe again.
    But it will take massive work.

    The words we speak should be true.
    The actions we take should uplift.
    The motive we adopt must be pure.
    But it will take unselfish work.

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  9. 7. Brighter Skies

    The poem is in the form of a villanelle. I wrote it as I am going through a difficult time at the moment, with my husband on chemotherapy, and I thought the challenge of writing a villanelle would take my mind off things.

    A Villanelle About Brighter Times Ahead

    If you awake to one more dreary day,
    an empty heart with empty hours to kill,
    remember brighter skies are on their way.

    A breath of air can blow the clouds away;
    thoughts, like clouds, can drift aloft at will,
    if you awake to one more dreary day.

    If some stubborn clouds should decide to stay,
    their shadows causing something of a chill,
    remember brighter skies are on their way.

    Search out old memories; you'll find that they
    help lift your spirits up and linger still,
    if you awake to one more dreary day.

    Memories, like sunshine, do not stay at bay;
    their warmth and love your empty heart will fill.
    Remember brighter skies are on their way.

    Sunny days arrive with a great "hurray"
    with further magic moments to instill.
    If you awake to one more dreary day,
    remember brighter skies are on their way.

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  10. 8. Stay Alive

    My Name is Leah. I write poems about the emotions I see on your face that no one else can. I'm here for you through my writing. My poetry style is inspired by TwentyOnePilots' amazing lyrical talents. This poem is about a girl lost in society's judgmental views. Her friend sees this and pleads with her to let her help her. In the end her friend introduces her to the Skeleton Clique, a place where she found that her insecurities will never define her, only make her stronger.

    Poem About The Real You

    When I look at you,
    What I see
    Is a girl who's scared
    Just to be

    Herself,
    True.
    Why is different
    So foreign to you?

    I've watched you struggle,
    Seen you cry,
    Stared at your face,
    Hope no longer in your eye.

    I'm trying to help.
    Just let me in.
    This kind of fight
    You cannot win.

    At least
    Not alone.
    Take my hand,
    And we'll go home.

    Don't let them say
    What they say.
    You're stronger than that,
    At least I know, anyway.

    It's going to be hard.
    Just don't give up.
    I've seen miracles
    Very close up.


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    The look in her eyes,
    Depicts courage
    Despite the uncertainty
    In the once blue sky.

    Days turn to night,
    And Greenland turns
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    I have seen kings fallen
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  11. 9. My Life

    • By Lil Mafia
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2010

    This is a poem I wrote when I was thinking about 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.
    I don't want to become something larger than life.
    I want to become something real and so right.
    Do they understand am I understood?
    Can life be better? I wish that it could.
    Before I make a decision, I always think twice;
    they say what can I do to help you feel better.
    I say nothing because this is my life.

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  12. 10. Despite The Storms

    Finding Joy Once More

    Despite the storms,
    beauty arrives like
    it was always going to.
    Despite the darkness,
    the light returns.
    Despite your loss,
    your heart will be
    full again.
    Despite the breaking,
    your heart will feel
    like it belongs in the
    land of joy once more.
    This is how it will
    always be. Keep living.

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  13. 11. Mt. Take Heart

    • By Sadwick
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2016

    We have all been through tough times: break-ups, fights, deaths, etc. It hurts too bad or it envelopes the mind... but take heart and hope for better days. Your mountain of inflictions will soon pass.

    Life Has Hope Even When We Are Broken

    Often we can't see
    The beauty in the pain.
    Often we can't see
    The treasure we gain.

    Often we can't see
    Pain has an ending.
    Often others can't see
    Our hearts are breaking.

    Often we just see
    The mountain of blame.
    Often it's a journey
    Full of lies and shame.

    Take heart, dear little one.
    The scars will heal in time.
    I know it weighs a ton,
    But you'll be fine.

    Listen, my love.
    The mountain is strenuous.
    There comes hope from above;
    Take heart and be courageous.

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  14. 12. Dark World

    • By Austin Low
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems January 2014

    This poem is about what I see with the world. This generation of kids has stopped caring and they have no love for the beauty and wonder of the world. They care about mindless stuff, they do stupid things. And this is the people we want to lead the future of the world? So I started a group with no name that is trying to help this generation out. Please ask if you want to know more about this poem or our cause.

    Who will be the sight,
    for the blind?

    who will be the voice,
    for the mute?

    who will be the sound,
    for the deaf?

    who will stand up,
    for those who can not stand?

    Who but us?
    The ones this world will be ran by,

    Who will be the comfort,
    for the beaten?

    Who will be the light
    in a world of darkness?

    Who will stand up
    and make a change for the world?

    If we do not,
    Who I ask?
    Who will but us?
    No one will.

    The blind will not see,
    the mute will not speak,
    there will be no sound for the deaf,

    those who can not stand,
    will not stand,
    those who are beaten,

    will not find comfort,
    there will be no light,
    in a dark world,

    so if you say no,
    and you stand with me,
    you will be,

    the sight for the blind,

    you will be the voice for the mute,

    you will be the sound for the deaf,

    you will help those who can not stand,
    stand.

    you will be the comfort for the beaten,

    and you will be the light,
    in a very dark world.

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  15. 13. Now You've Recovered

    • By Charles A Cino
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2016

    I have written a poem about recovery from mental illness. It touches upon the fact that someone who has recovered is now living a brand new life, and they must answer the question, "Now that you've recovered, what will you do?"

    Inspiring Poem On Starting Life After Mental Illness

    When you recover, what will you do?
    When you recover, will you still be you?
    Will you be stronger, will you be new,
    When you recover from what you've been through?

    Can life get better than it was before?
    Will you realize your dreams and improve your score?
    Will people still remember your name,
    Or will they forget you because they're ashamed?

    Life in recovery may not be the same.
    The rules may have changed in this brand new game.
    You can pick up the pieces and make a new start,
    And courage and hope keep you from falling apart.

    The world all around you seems different and changed.
    Things that once were now seem out of range,
    But you can recapture your life and fulfill
    The dreams that were lost when you took ill.

    The journey to wellness takes time and is long,
    And those that get well are exceptionally strong.
    For depression can kill, but you have survived.
    Your goal to recover has kept you alive.

    Now you're recovered, what will you do?
    You suffered and conquered and saw it through.
    Back from the black and abyss of despair,
    It is time to move on; it is time to care.

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  16. 14. Hope Is Always There

    • By Joanna
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems September 2012

    There's always a moment in our lives, when nothing seems right, and everything's wrong, and we think we've lost hope. God knows I've had those moments, and it seems that it will never be alright again.
    But believe it or not, there's always hope, even if it's just a little flicker. Hold onto that flicker of hope.

    In a sea of darkness
    Searching for the light
    But those who you once loved
    Have left you to deal; alone
    Ask for help, no one will come
    But most of all, don't you lost hope
    Hope is always there
    Even in the roughest moments
    Hope, I need you
    Hope, I want you
    You need something to hold onto
    Hope is gone...
    Is it really gone?
    The demon inside you, grows stronger every day
    We all have our demons
    Everybody suffers
    Everybody deals
    Everybody copes
    Everybody breaks
    Everybody hopes
    Everybody cries
    Don't you cry
    There's always hope
    Angels, where have you gone?
    Do not leave me here, alone
    "I need help"
    Hearts breaks
    Souls dies
    Hearts shatters
    I will not be silenced
    Hope always remains
    Brother, I need you now
    The war's not over yet
    Hold onto me, we still have time
    Because hope's always there
    Even in the darkest times
    I fall into your sunlight

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  17. 15. Troubles Of Life

    • By Kate Ogdenski
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2011

    My name is Kate Ogdenski and I like to write poems. I base my poems on my family, facts, opinions, passions, and how I feel. I can write about anything you want. I do research if necessary. I love to write.

    Poem About A Second Chance In Life

    Life may be hard,
    and life may be cruel,
    But people beware,
    'cause you're no fool.
    You make hard decisions,
    and have many fights,
    You make few wrongs,
    but you make more rights.
    Life is not easy,
    and it's sure not fair,
    But hopefully it's bearable,
    knowing I'm there.
    You have lack in your faith,
    and fear in your heart,
    Of what's been decided,
    and you've no part.
    But you're strong people,
    and you make your own path,
    Your worries will end,
    and you'll suffer no wrath.
    Your path is your own,
    and yours alone,
    You've been given a second chance,
    smile and bring cheer,
    And dance a happy dance.

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  18. 16. Fringed Lily

    • By Talia Baken
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2016

    This poem is about the longing to be free, to be able to be adventurous and explore the world.

    Wanting To Be Understood And Appreciated

    I gracefully bloom in July,
    Clothed in a delicate silk,
    Fringed with a delicate lace,
    Sprinkled with the color of milk.

    I desire to be free like the butterflies,
    Floating and fluttering where they please.
    I yearn to explore the world
    And be as adventurous as the bees.

    The wind blows me left and right,
    But I am rooted to the ground.
    The soil holds me prisoner,
    But I hope one day I'll be found.

    One day I may be discovered.
    Gentle hands may reach down,
    Free me from my prison,
    And admire my beautiful gown.

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  19. 17. Sunlight In The Darkness

    • By Teddy Hitaffer
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems June 12, 2022

    I am a sixteen-year-old high school graduate from Virginia. I started writing poems at the age of seven, and since then have written around 5,000 pages in poems, short stories, and full-length stories. At the age of fifteen, I published my book Bravery Doesn't Come From A Copper Coin. I am currently writing my dystopian, suspense novel called The Eaters. I am a follower of Christ, and as of late, I have been enjoying writing psalms of praise and encouragement for me and others.

    Finding Joy In The Dark Moments Of Your Life

    Endure the dark moments to appreciate the happy ones,
    Appreciate the gloom to experience true happiness.
    The night defines the day; the dark defines the light
    Because exact opposites define each other right.
    If the gleeful, charming sun constantly shone,
    And the solemn, sad moon never seized its starry throne,
    Then our knowledge of the moon's existence would, unfortunately, be none,
    And since we wouldn't know his opposite, we wouldn't know the sun.
    Happiness comes from knowing its rival,
    Because then, happiness is somewhat surprising.
    Depression and despair exist to make you stronger,
    And when you are stronger, joy lasts a bit longer.
    So take joy when you're sad,
    Laugh when you're upset,
    Because as life's clouds slowly drift away,
    The warm, vibrant sun will shine on your day.

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  20. 18. My Friend Hope

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is going through difficult times. The only thing we have right now is Hope for a better tomorrow.

    Hope Is The Only Thing We Have Right Now

    I have an invisible friend
    Who guides me through dark and pain.
    She always tells me not to give up
    As she believes my efforts will never go in vain.

    When the paths are not clear
    And I am surrounded by fear,
    She holds my trembling hands and says,
    "Oh dear, don't you worry, good days are near!"

    So one day I finally asked her,
    "How can be you so optimistic about everything?"
    Smiling at my naive face she said,
    "Just like after gloomy night comes bright day,
    Just like after every storm comes the calm,
    Through ups and downs, life always goes on."

    She made me believe in miracles,
    Gave strength to my wings.
    No matters how impossible they may seem,
    I can now fly high and achieve my dream.

    She is the reason I always smile.
    I never give up, I never blame
    Because I have an invisible friend,
    And Hope is her name!

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  21. 19. In Spite Of War

    Angela Morgan lived during both of the World Wars. In this poem, Morgan shares that despite a devastating war raging on, everything in nature continued as if nothing was happening. The same can be true about our lives. Life continues even when terrible things happen, so this poem encourages us to look at the beauty around us rather than focus on the negative aspects of our lives.

    In spite of war, in spite of death,
    In spite of all man's sufferings,
    Something within me laughs and sings
    And I must praise with all my breath.
    In spite of war, in spite of hate
    Lilacs are blooming at my gate,
    Tulips are tripping down the path
    In spite of war, in spite of wrath.
    "Courage!" the morning-glory saith;
    "Rejoice!" the daisy murmureth,
    And just to live is so divine
    When pansies lift their eyes to mine.

    The clouds are romping with the sea,
    And flashing waves call back to me
    That naught is real but what is fair,
    That everywhere and everywhere
    A glory liveth through despair.
    Though guns may roar and cannon boom,
    Roses are born and gardens bloom;
    My spirit still may light its flame
    At that same torch whence poppies came.
    Where morning's altar whitely burns
    Lilies may lift their silver urns
    In spite of war, in spite of shame.

    And in my ear a whispering breath,
    "Wake from the nightmare! Look and see
    That life is naught but ecstasy
    In spite of war, in spite of death!"

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  22. 20. A Helping Musical

    • By Sadwick
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2020

    The idea behind this poem is music can remind us to give and be creative. Being slightly a composer of music, you pour your heart, effort, and time into your music. It's not the finishing touch of the last note nor the iTunes popularity that is rewarding. What is rewarding is that music is a gift that helps others through hard times. It's been there since the dark ages.

    The Magic Of Music

    A blank parchment is lifeless
    Until a pen creates a melody.
    A song is revered ageless
    Because of a sweet harmony.

    Musicians are the key to living
    Because they understand truth.
    It's not about taking but giving
    That makes us feel our youth.

    Take the sound of music,
    And change it into a life goal.
    Maybe you'll see the magic
    When you touch a child's soul.

    Music is the secret mystery
    That unlocks something within.
    No matter where in history,
    Music is where it begins.

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