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To look through the eyes of a broken heart is hard; but to live with the broken heart is much harder. To be hurt is rough, but there comes a time to let go of that fear of being hurt, and let that glimmer of hope shine through. You may get hurt again and again but someday the right one will come along. At that very moment when you look that person in the eyes and you see their glimmer of hope, you will know that love has come to meet you face to face with no boundaries and no more heartache.
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Glimmer Of Hope?
|by Richardson Mary Beth
A glimmer of hope, in eyes used to pain.
Don't trust your heart; love is a game.
Yearning to find love; love that will last.
A glimmer of hope; sparks from the past.
The past is your present and the future is unclear.
Being alone is your greatest fear.
Will happiness come? Or does loneliness stay?
A glimmer of hope; you will find a way.
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