Thin thread of hope

To that fragile
thin thread
of hope
do
h
o
l
d
on.

I am a die-hard hopeful-realist – if such a word exists. I believe in putting in my best in anything that I do and holding on tight to the hope that it will turn out well, even when it all looks dim.

Somehow, that little mustard seed has never failed me.

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

Hope, The Daily Post Prompt


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Out of the silent breath

Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha’s poems portray images that stare us right in the face. Images of love, joy, death, pain, challenges, violation, and freedom. She writes in a language that’s rich in imagery, earthy, honest, vulnerable, yet full of the promise of hope, of loving and of Grace. A collection of light and dark soulful prose.

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7 thoughts on “Thin thread of hope

  1. I love how you wrote your words as if hanging by a thread…you’re so clever!!
    A die-hard-hopeful realist…I love it!! It is all about the attitude…if you look for positive results then more often than not that’s what you will receive! 🙂

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I love it when you decorate my heart with your words..

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