Kyoshiro Hoshino

Today's Tomorrow

As this Epidemy spreads,
It spreads, and we the adolescence,
Beleaguered with this urban blight,
Try to move onward.
We find ourselves lost,
We are lost, and without hope,
Gone astray our ambition,
Vanished our future

Indolent we sit,
We sit, and wait,
Passing the time with games,
Waiting for someone to carry us to tomorrow’s today

And our elders sit,
As they sit, apparent is their dishonor,
And it could not be worse,
Already knowing the future ahead

It may not come within our lives,
But what will we do if tomorrow comes today,
Then the world will have an edge,
And do we dare test the sharpness of its blade

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Poem Edited: Thursday, June 24, 2010

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