Poems About: FUTURE
Poems on / about :
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217.THE FUTURE IS HERE
The Future is here
A lifeless object,
Tossed here and there, read more »Ibrahim Enitan Eniola Olubiyi
218.Chosen To Change Prophecy Potentials
he may be psychic
he may foretell the future...
but the only future he writes
is with a quill and ink... read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
219.Between dark past and future flight May 2013 Version -new-
Betwixt between, between betwixt,
interpretation's often mixed
by causal think links mankind tricked
from, in, through, to enigmatics read more »Jonathan ROBIN
220.Future, Future Before and Future From The Future: Journey:
O'er the hills,
hills on land,
o'er the land,
land on water, read more »Shalomj THE MESSAGE
My future sounds like it so far away
but it gets closer to me each and every day
Im not sure on what I truly want to be
Everyone around is just confusing me read more »Rashidah Writs
222.My Future Wife
You are my sole hope in all my life.
The last dejection has gone away
When I met you on that very day.
All the troubles are completely gone; read more »Walid Boureghda
I face the future fearfully
it’s time to say my last farewell.
The grey sky weeps in sympathy.
My joy in life is gone from me. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
224.Live in the present
God gives us a gift He calls the present
Use every second wisely so you will never resent
Your past or you future and what may have made you blue read more »Henry Brown
225.Dreams and Aspirations
Oh, to dream... read more »Hercolena Oliver
226.Never Give Up On Hope
Never give up on hope never give up who knows what tomorrow will bring
Keep on hoping for a happier future for hope is a marvellous thing
Lady luck she may smile on you good things come to those who wait
Who knows in the not distant future you may have cause to celebrate read more »Francis Duggan
227.The foolish servant reads the palm in his Master's absence
His psychological stress took him to a person who reads the palm and gives you a narrative gesture about your identity.
'Stretch your palm and what do you prefer
Past, Present or Future? '
'All' read more »nimal dunuhinga