Treasure Island

Daniel Isaac Gordon

(January of 1982 / Queens, NY)

Tomorrow & Eternity


The air is clear, the winds are faint,
All creatures live with no complaint,
Somewhere in the time between
Tomorrow and Eternity.

No battles rage, all war has ceased,
All that remains, the world at peace,
Somewhere in the place between
Tomorrow and Eternity.

All bodies are rested, no longer are tired,
No time is e'er wasted on earthly desires,
Somewhere, sometime, not far in between
Tomorrow and Eternity.

All thirsts will be quenched, all bellies are filled,
All mankind shares one common will:
To shorten the finite expanses between
Tomorrow and Eternity.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Edited: Thursday, June 16, 2011
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