Someday Never Comes - Poem by Arsiema Berhane
You said -
Your dad will come home,
There'll be no more tears,
No more fears
You won't feel hungry,
A bright tomorrow your dad will bring,
You'll find it some day, some morning when you wake.
Things will not be the same,
You'll see that life is fun, a game
And all those nightmares that you have now
Will melt away like snow in the sun.
Those long dark days,
Those creepy nights
Will be no more
And the sun shall rise.
It won't be only me and you;
That photo on the wall of just us two
Some day when your dad comes
Will show his portrait too'.
Life is getting harder though,
It worsens every day,
I can't be sure our life will change,
Some day seems to run away.
500 some days now have come,
500 some days gone
Yet still it is
Just me and you, alone.
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