A Future To Hold

Poem By Taylor Hainline

A future to be told in perfect time
When everything will work out to be right
Flowing like a long Shakespearean rhyme
Shinning bright like a Godly angel's light
Never to be know in a time too soon
But when that moment finally arrives
The sun shines like the Arizona noon
Giving all the generations revives
Creating everyone's countless mysteries
If only they can see it and believe
No matter the name of all their countries
Finally people will choose to receive
That the future is not yet to be told
Instead a future is something to hold

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