The World Of Tomorrow

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This poem happens to be that of a former classmate of mine. Personally, I think she’s good, that’s why I featured one of her ‘minor’ works here. Enjoy.

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THE WORLD OF TOMORROW
T
he world of tomorrow,
The nations of today,
The tribes of yesterday,
The evolution of man.

Days of past past,
Today’s days moving fast,
Tomorrow’s days… Yet to be journed,
Time, moving by.

Dont guess, don’t tell,
‘Cos you never know,
Disappointment might fall in.

But for today,
Listen. Love. Learn.
Create. Co-operate. Contribute.
Avoid. Advice. Absorb.
Emulate. Evaluate. Entertain.
See the cautions,
Know the Precautions.

The world of tomorrow,
Full of talent and skills,
Take hold of what’s yours,
For the world of tomorrow,
We never know.
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You thinking what I’m thinking? Beautiful, right? Thanks for reading. Don’t forget to drop your comments.

And oh, lest I forget, to follow the original author, here’s the twitter link ——–» @talkmuch19. Thanks again.

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4 thoughts on “The World Of Tomorrow

    Cheryl Walker said:
    May 13, 2014 at 1:02 PM

    Wonderful! Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

    Larry McExx responded:
    May 13, 2014 at 1:21 PM

    You’re welcome. Thanks for taking the time.

    Like

    oluko said:
    May 13, 2014 at 9:04 PM

    Its a literary piece with appreciative contents. KEEP IT UP . @turbarlincoln

    Like

      Larry McExx responded:
      May 14, 2014 at 2:08 PM

      Thanks for being here. Your comment has been well received.

      Like

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