Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Hopes – K.E. Thampi, Kerala


Every wave in my emotion

Have covered every wave in our ocean

see their search of misery and pain

and worst get better to win

when hopes come to me

I  have not yet spent

Years in this earth

Just need to gun to their misery

When we hide a dream in our hope

When you dream a hope

No one can see it …..

We need freedom

And we need not misery to kill us

I hope you will come with me

We want to spend years to struggle

And win hopes for them….

But we have high hopes

But troubles shoot the hopes and dreams

My only love is the hope to win their dream

And find fate on to fight and fight

We never go for our safety

And find better lights on to our dream

Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.


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