Hold fast to hope

My favorite poem about hope is really about dreams.

Langston Hughes wrote it, and I change the word “dreams” in the poem to the word “hope.”

“Hold fast to hope,” my edited version reads, “For if hope dies, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly.”


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