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3 Poems About Hope And Positivity

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Aren loves to write poems. Her muse is usually nature , but it can also be anything that inspires her.

Poems About Hope And Positivity:

  1. Winter’s Blossom
  2. A Place Under The Moon
  3. That Star

Poem One: Winter’s Blossom

Winter is such a cruel season. With its strong blizzards and angry weather, it is always associated with death and suffering. In fact, its conditions are so bad that it is quite hard to believe that there are plants that can survive it. However, there are several unique ones that defy this and were able to endure its harshness.

There are people who are as admirable as these plants. People who are firm and sturdy against all odds. People who are like a blossom which can still bloom amidst the many obstacles in their lives. People whose smiles still linger despite suffering in this harsh world.

This poem is about those kind of people because we need someone like them in our lives.

No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.

— Hal Borland

Winter’s Blossom

As I strode through this chilling ice

I choked the tears; the pain inside

And as I looked up to the sky

I watched as it cried


Craving for the spring to come

Wondering when my heart will calm

Sorrow clings in this freezing air

Soaked in despair


But when I saw you smile

In this solemn night

When you wiped the cries

Of a weeping child


I finally know

Amidst this thick snow

I can still hope

For a bright tomorrow


No matter how strong

This white blizzard is

Still my heart found a place

Where it is at peace


When you danced with cheer

It is finally clear

That even a flower

Can still bloom in the winter

Stillness is the flower of winter, all hope waits beneath a blanket of white.

— Anonymous

Poem Two: A Place Under The Moon

Each of us has experienced separation at least once in our lives. People come and go. Some friends stay forever, but some just don’t; and that’s the sad truth of life.

Yes, all of these are undeniable and sad facts. However, it is alright to believe that hope is not dead, and someday we will meet our distanced beloved ones one more time no matter how much uncertain we are about what the future holds.

I had that hope and this poem was born from that.

“Ocean separates lands, not souls..”

— — Munia Khan

A Place Under The Moon

I close my eyes

In this quiet night

Humming a tune

While under the moon


The sky up above

Is twinkling with love

The smiles of the stars

Are squeezing my heart


The red string of fate

Is tying our arms

Even though we're far apart


Those memories we made

In this peaceful place

Will never fade


I believe

As birds sing with glee

Wherever you are

Our souls are just inches apart


Someday, soon

While under the moon

I know we will meet again

In this place where fireflies dance

“We all take different paths in life, but no matter where we go, we take a little of each other everywhere.”

— Tim McGraw

Poem Three: That Star

Life is full of suffering. That is a cliché statement but it is the sad truth. Our journey in this world is not just filled with rainbows and unicorns all the time, but also with rain and thunderstorms. Sometimes, it becomes so dark that we think our life is like a cloudy night – a night with no light from the moon and the stars. We are sometimes lost in that darkness that we are not sure if the day will ever come.

During the dark times of our lives, all of us need a guide to teach us where to go and what to do. I believe that this guide is the light coming from a specific star who can help us walk through the night.

Who is that star? That star is our hope. He is always there waiting for us to come to Him; to pray to Him; to ask Him for help. He does not promise to automatically save us from troubles, but He does promise us that He will be there in the middle of it – guiding us and accompanying us until we are finally free from the clutches of our tribulations. He is God.

And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.

— 1 Peter 5:10

That Star

I used to walk this path of darkness

Used to think I am nothing, I am hopeless

It’s better to be still than to be ripped apart

Better than breaking my heart


Used to be the weeds in this garden,

Used to stare flowers climbing up the heavens,

Lifting up my leaves, my soul, my aching heart

Wishing to reach that afar


Wishing on that star

I will ride this ride full of light

Then I’ll close my eyes

And pray you will be by my side


There are times when

This night will be filled with pain

But that star up on the sky

Will always be my guide


Seeking the warm face of success

Longing for its embrace

To reach the peak

Is my lifelong quest


In my heart, hopes penetrate

Every step I take shows off courage

This night will be through

Soon then my dreams will come true

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.

— Romans 15:13

© 2020 Arensshi

Comments

Arensshi (author) from Philippines on December 28, 2020:

Hi John! I'm glad you liked them! I appreciate it.

Arensshi (author) from Philippines on December 28, 2020:

Hi, Ivana! Thank you so much! Winter's Blossom is my baby. I have written poems for school works before but it was the first poem that I wrote for myself.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on December 27, 2020:

Beautiful and uplifting poems. Thank you for sharing.

Ivana Divac from Serbia on December 27, 2020:

I really enjoyed reading these poems, especially Winter’s Blossom!

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