Tomorrow's Doom - Poem by venessa ambrose
If tomorrow brings a life with out you, then let time freeze in its sand
And its blade forever halt!
If tomorrow brings a life without you, then I will savor the last bit of our parting kiss, immortalized by the yearns of my bleeding soul
If tomorrows holds not a place for us, then I wish to bleed by your thrust and fade by the dawn!
If ever tomorrow roars in claims
Then I long to remain with you as our youth is swept by the tick tuck blade!
If the veil of times holds us not for tomorrow
I wish to be washed by the tides
Of rapid illusion.
If there be a tomorrow without you
Then I will rid the world of such tomorrows and dwell in eternal today.
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