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Tomorrow Is Yet To Come
by Casandra Tisdale
Tuesday, May 01, 2001

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This is about the different stories you read in the newspapers and through communication devices, ie.. television, radio, etc.


Families struggle to make ends meet
People pray for the homeless
living in the street.
Nothing is easy as it seems
Plans turn into nightmares instead of dreams.
Youth commit crimes like playing games
There's no remorse or feelings of shame.
It's a difficult task to bear
Crime and corruption are everywhere.
Notoriety remains when all are gone
What remains is left undone
Life is a gamble for everyone
Tomorrow is yet to come.
Memories linger through the years
Look forward
Instead of backwards through your fears.
Attempt to visualize serenity for everyone
Tomorrow is yet to come.


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