Just Another Day - Poem by Cecelia Weir
Just Another Day
But no two are the same.
So why wear the feelings
Given from yesterday's shame?
We read and we pray
To leave things in the past.
And we get a new 24 hours
So why make yesterday last?
Whether the abundance of your past
Is bad or good.
Lets remember its ours
To live prosperous and we should.
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