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What does this line mean? What does it describe?

Believe that right now there is someone who beleives in the eonder that's you
-By Wish Belkin

I think that it seems to give readers the courage to seek out in the real world and show their unique personality personality, which they possess. It tends to make each individual stand out for who they really are. It tells them that they should not need to change themselves. It tells them to look forward to waiting for their companion.

Please add your thoughts on here as well. Thank you very much:-)

  • English-Poetry -

    sorry = eonder = wonder

  • English-Poetry -

    I agree with you, and can't add anything.

    Here's the complete poem.

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    thank you

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    You're welcome.

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