Every Tomorrow - Poem by David Harris
There are days when yours spirits are down,
and others when your spirits are high.
Then there are days, when you want to sit down
and have a damn good cry.
We all get these days, no matter who we be.
Then tomorrow, you have forgotten those feelings,
and you’re on top form again.
That is just how things work my friend.
The key to the situation
is not to dwell on things.
Push yourself forward,
to reach whatever goals you want.
Every tomorrow, can bring a brighter day.
That’s what you want to remember,
when things start getting you down.
(12 June 2007)
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