Today’s poem uses the “negative description” style – example: “love does not live under stones.”
FAITH, HOPE AND LOVE
Faith does not hide in the gutter
and it usually doesn’t disappear in the hard times.
Rather, it burns brightly in the heart
and gives the soul something to hang onto.
Hope does not drown in the ocean
since it does not disappear somewhere in the tide.
Hope springs up like a tiny tulip
in the last of the winter’s snow.
Love does not discriminate
and it is not just for a certain age group.
The demographics of love
are rooted in the universal language.
Faith, hope and love exist today
like the Good Book says,
But these three entities are not equal.
The greatest of these is Love.