Marianne L. Reed

(Dayton, OH, USA)

New Tomorrows - Poem by Marianne L. Reed

Thank Heavens for tomorrows
To erase our yesterdays,
That there are still some paths to take
To help us find our ways.
That all the errors that we make
Can all be rectified,
And all the scorns and hurts we bear
Will still be nullified.
God must have planned this special way
To unburden all our sorrows,
By giving us a choice to make
When we begin "Tomorrows."


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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