Cathy Hodgson

Freshman - 891 Points (USA Ohio)

Tomorrow's Sunshine - Poem by Cathy Hodgson

On the dark side of the moon where memories lay

The moon steals in on the ole parchment

But your light never shines for me

No candle burning that I can see

Time never tells the history of ancient man

Daydreaming at the stone wall alone

I plea for you to come through this rain

The prayer for me is just the same

My sigh echo's through tunneled web

Mixed feeling rumble almost dead

I comb my hair at the magic mirror

Wishing my home was also your Lair

Whispering rainbows kiss my cheek

Regret is something not to keep

Remember hope don't die in a day

Tomorrow's sunshine brings another ray

© Cat

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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