Aroob Waseem

“Where do you find HOPE?“

Hope is a feeling of an expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen. Many people feel negative about it but many feel positive about it as well. I personally feel positive about it, but sometimes when I feel negative about something I recite poetry to feel better about it. To have hope is to want an outcome that makes your life better in some way. It not only can help make a tough present situation more bearable but also can eventually improve our lives because envisioning a better future motivates you to take the steps to make it happen. Everyone hopes for something and I hope for a better world, a better future for everyone.

Poetry:

There is always pain and grief

That comes to you as a thief,

When least expected there will be

Something to hamper or worry me,

Down life’s highway it is hard to tread

Sometimes you clutch on with only a thread,

Of hope that one day you will find,

That life is pleasant, not unkind

Clutch on to hope for nothing we have, but hope things will be better.

Artist: Aroob Waseem

Age: 13

School: Beaconhouse Canal Side Campus Girls, Lahore

Country: Pakistan

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