Hope For The World

by Alan Bedworth

Children without food,
we must give them hope.

Children without water,
we must give them hope.

Children with no medicines,
we must give them hope.

Children are the future,
they need to be given hope.

People in countries at war,
we must give them hope.

People on the streets,
we must give them hope.

People critically ill,
we must give them hope.

People of the world,
they need to be given hope.

Faith and hope go a long way,
for a bright and meaningful future.

Alan Bedworth is 65 years old and has been writing poetry and songs for two-and-a-half years. He has some poems published by Open Door Magazine, Trouvaille Review, Ambrosia Literary Garland, The Raconteur Magazine, and the Pangolin Review. Recently, he has had his first book of poems published under the title ‘In My Mind‘. His interests are writing, watching Rugby League, nature, and being outdoors.

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