Sandra Osborne


Tomorrow Ii - Poem by Sandra Osborne

Can you tell me
of tomorrow?
Can you tell me
if it shines?
Can you tell me
If it's glowing?
Can you help me
make it mine?

I've never seen tomorrow,
today is always here,
always it is screaming,
screaming in my ears,
screaming through the hours,
screaming through my tears.

Please get me past tomorrow,
please make it pass away,
please let my love embrace it,
tomorrow, a normal day.

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Comments about Tomorrow Ii by Sandra Osborne

  • (12/8/2004 5:34:00 AM)


    I feel that very overpowering negative emotions disturbed the rhythm a bit. It also seems that it is a stress poem but that you, when you wrote it, had solved the stress to protect yourself. Am I off my rocker.
    But remember I am no critic.
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 8, 2004



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