Simply Poetry

Celebrating Hope

Their story in creative song and dance

abandoned, abused children

show their gratitude

for a myriad of mercies

of love and hope

to remind us

of courage and perseverance

and never to despair.


Their moving message

touched hearts

and stirred emotions

to reflect on the difference

we can all make

by showing love and giving hope

to these precious lives

because we have the capacity

to love, care, don’t we …

in some way?

Comments on: "Celebrating Hope" (10)

  1. Iris, this poem really moved me, my dear. To have hope is so wonderful, and to share it is so important. Your last line, espec. with the question mark, took my breath away.

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    • I was choked too when I watched these children from Mongolia perform and especially when a little 12 year old girl shared her moving testimony, Jet. They were a children’s choir brought to perform this concert by the World Vision organization. Their courage and hope kept them working towards a better future with guidance from this wonderful organization. Appreciate your heartfelt comment, my friend. Thank you for stopping by. 🙂

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  2. Sounds like a very inspiring and moving choir. It is so important to give the young ones hope and a vision.

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