If Tomorrow Comes - Poem by samuel nze
If tomorrow comes,
Our sorry situation will improve;
We will have a new lease
Of bearable existence.
Unless tomorrow comes
We will remain poor,
Sorrowing the livelong day,
Unable to smile deep.
Although tomorrow comes
What if it comes
Without the needed remedy?
Should tomorrow come empty-handed
We would rue;
We already recall that today
Was yesterday's tomorrow.
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