Yesterday’s Tomorrow

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Walking towards tomorrow,

Slowly coming to a pause

Staring at the face of a stranger

One who remembers,

One who is lost…

“Leave behind the facade,” She whispers

“Forget today the meaning of why, remember who you are, wake the Soul inside…”

 

Walking away from yesterday

Taking moments time to reflect

A glimpse of an old face, a distant place

One which has yet to rest.

“A minute seems like years,” He states

“Moments in eternities, time is an uncertainty…”

“Remember my friend, and take this to your stage… remember my life, for meaning is worth little when the play has yet to arise…”

 

Standing in this moment,

Before the fork of time.

One path brings tomorrow,

One can bring back time…

 

For now I shall wait at yesterday’s tomorrow

For now I shall stay,

In Now…

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22 responses to “Yesterday’s Tomorrow

  1. I really like this stanza: “Standing in this moment, Before the fork of time. One path brings tomorrow,One can bring back time…”

    That’s so often our choice. Do I dwell in the past or live in the Now. We need to be careful to visit the past briefly and gently. But, like you, I choose the Now.

  2. “Forget today the meaning of why, remember who you are, wake the Soul inside…”

    Oh my god! This is so beautifully written!

    Dont you mind if I will put someday this entry to my blog? I would have a little disscussion with my self on this one!

    • El Espies~ welcome to my pages… I would be honored to have my work among your pages… thank you for your enthusiasm… love and light your way 🙂

  3. “For now I shall wait at yesterday’s tomorrow

    For now I shall stay,

    In Now…”

    Thank you for this. Your words are so inspiring. “Now” is the place for me to be.

    With love

  4. Dear enreal, I would join the chorus…. Very well done and the fork sentence is my favourite one in the poem. Great read…thank you…Happy poetic blogging

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