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Tomorrow's deviation

Tomorrow is an illusion It relies on assumption Of the planet’s rotation On the seasons’ migration And the moon’s revolution On man’s innovation And his evolution For his interpretation Or insinuation And theorisation On Law’s of gravitation Using invention And his powers of investigation And logical deduction To step into a new dimension Tomorrow is a delusion Near fiction The mind’s naive projection Ideas in a flight simulation To an unknown destination An unsure predetermination Existing only in the imagination In faith and inspiration A trust in Creation The end and Armageddon In God and salvation In hell and eternal damnation In the atheist’s condemnation In the calendar’s punctuation The watch’s precision And space’s expansion The diaries memorisation A woman’s intuition A mother’s preparation Sessions in competition Promises in dissection A man’s anticipation A father’s frustration About the son’s relation To a boy he doesn’t care to mention And how this affects his maturation His future and direction His love and affection And his own stagnation His failing career progression His future contemplation Deserving some consideration In a 24 hour formulation Tomorrow is today in suspension The now in detention Willpower in dilution Efforts in relaxation Laziness in expedition Creativity in isolation The soul in prison The imagination's manipulation We have planned constructions And demolitions Holiday vacations And our children’s graduations, But tomorrow’s nomination Is an unguaranteed estimation A naive procrastination A false realisation An amoral actualisation To our conclusion And finalisation Tomorrow the motivation The fear of extinction Of the earth's desertification The world in motion A noble notion The only reason The leading question Forever our mission Tomorrow's aviation Tomorrow an exploration

Copyright © | Year Posted 2015




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