A Bit of Hope

A Bit of Hope

By Twinkle VanFleet

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A hand reached out from heaven,

And lifted her toward the sky,

She saw a glimpse of heaven,

Through the twinkle in his eyes.

I give to you the world,

There you will change many lives,

Because of you, they will love me,

They will see me… the spirit,

Through your eyes.

 

I gave to you hope,

You will always hope for them,

I gave to you a voice,

Use it now and again.

I gave you a golden heart,

So it may always be true,

I gave to you the personality,

I made not another soul like you.

You will always shine,

Like stars of the night-light,

You are a special one,

From the dust,

I made you right.

 

Your words will teach them,

Only a few and I will understand,

His heart will love you,

He receives from me your hand.

Teach them the truth,

You will know what it means,

You will be the many winds,

Beneath his wings.

 

He will cherish you, but

Your own heart will cherish him more,

Together, you must share with the world,

My hopes and dreams

Hope is what I made you for.

©1995-1999-2015 Twinkle wood-VanFleet/Golden Rainbow Poetry/All Rights Reserved. First publication: by Golden Rainbow Poetry licensed as a small business in the City of West Sacramento, CA. 1995. OL- 2007. Written 30+ years ago. Slightly altered from original.

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Believe

(Originally Titled and published as “Belief”)

By Twinkle Wood-VanFleet

(What Heaven will look like) Photo taken by my son Kurtis Ozie (Ozra) VanFleet Sept 24, 2015. Bay Area, CA.

(What Heaven will look like) Photo taken by my son Kurtis Ozie (Ozra) VanFleet Sept 24, 2015. Bay Area, CA.

Without hope,

 

We would have nothing to pray for-

 

Without faith,

 

We would have nothing to believe in,

 

Without life and death,

 

We would have nothing to look forward to-

 

Without God,

 

We would have been nothing at all.

 

©1995-1999-2015 Twinkle Wood-Vanfleet/Golden Rainbow Poetry/all rights reserved.

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One of the few non-rhyming I’ve written. First public publication 1995, written awhile before that. x

 

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