Tomorrow Poetry

Tomorrow Poetry


They were going to be all that they wanted to be
--- Tomorrow.

None would be braver, or kinder than they
--- Tomorrow.

A friend who was troubled and weary, they knew, would be glad of a lift - and needed it too.
On him they would call -- see what they could do
--- Tomorrow.

Each morning they stacked up the letters they'd write
--- Tomorrow.

The greatest of people they just might have been, the world would have opened its heart to them.
But in fact, they passed on and faded from view, and all that they left when their living was through was a mountain of things they intended to do
--- Tomorrow.

~~ Author Unknown ~~


If each grain of sand were to say:

One grain does not make a mountain, There would be no land.

If each drop of water were to say:

One drop does not make an ocean, There would be no sea.

If each note of music were to say:

Each note does not make a symphony, There would be no melody.

If each word were to say:

One word does not make a library, There would be no book.

If each brick were to say:

One brick does not make a wall, There would be no house.

If each seed were to say:

One seed does not make a field, There would be no harvest.

If each of us were to say:

One person does not make the difference, There would never be love and peace on earth.

You and I do make the difference, Begin today and make the difference.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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