Tomorrow is Never Here

September 24, 2008
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Mountains of snowy greystone,
frost covered treetops;
ice chilled air,
reminds us that tomorrow is never here;
And my dear;
is the same as ever,
sitting in the rose covered meadows;
is you and I in the sun-lit shadows,
talking well into the night;
Our silhouettes eliminated by
the moon's light,
you ask if there is a day
where I miss you;
I smile slightly saying I do,
looking up at our star;
I know we would never be far;
Where we live in a world,
when today never ends;
and tomorrow never comes,
is a dream;
Where life and reality is just plain
As I sit here on this moss-covered
memories of of tomorrow are
yesterday's fantasies;
though you and I know,
tomorrow is never here
for we live in today.

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Potato Chips! said...
Nov. 24, 2009 at 7:27 pm
Of course today ends! Of course tomorrow comes! Isn't that common sense?
door_holder_girl said...
Jan. 25, 2009 at 7:10 pm
very true! Love, your friend forever, Esperanza! (the word for Hope in Spanish! I love that name/word!)
lexi said...
Jan. 20, 2009 at 9:09 pm
cat, this is pretty much great. only a few spelling (i know you dont like spelling)and the line, "is you and i in the sunlit shadows" i think it might be better without the beginning it. otherwise, just some spelling. this poem speaks volumes!
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