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Getting to tomorrow

They say a poem's not really a poem until you share it with someone else. And that's what this place is all about.
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Post by fredcowie » February 26, 2015, 5:13 am

TRYING TO GET TO TOMORROW
© Frederick J. Cowie

Getting to tomorrow
On the other side of today
Getting to tomorrow
Is the goal of every day
Tomorrow is attainable
It’s over thataway
Yet getting to tomorrow
Seems so so far away
Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D. Please visit my website at fredcowie.com, my FACEBOOK(/fredcowie) page where I post my writings and my paintings every day. Peace!

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Post by Davidf » February 26, 2015, 4:42 pm

Frederick,
Some days seem to last longer than others....there are times though where I wish I could get it back, it goes by so quickly.
~Davidf
Have a blessed day!

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Post by fredcowie » February 26, 2015, 4:46 pm

but it's the getting to tomorrow on the bad days that's the key to success
Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D. Please visit my website at fredcowie.com, my FACEBOOK(/fredcowie) page where I post my writings and my paintings every day. Peace!

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Post by lifeboat » February 27, 2015, 2:05 pm

Lovely to see a post by you Fred.....

"When a goal seems far away
we might drift and go astray.
A simple trick to stay in line
is simply subdivide the time
with milestones so that each
is confidently within reach"

of course, the help of a power greater than yourself can pretty quickly knock that mountain of getting to tomorrow to its true molehill size once again when you can't see a way to by yourself

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Post by fredcowie » February 27, 2015, 3:16 pm

most days I love to go to sleep early so I can wake up early and start again, but some days, fatigue makes tomorrow seem so so far away
Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D. Please visit my website at fredcowie.com, my FACEBOOK(/fredcowie) page where I post my writings and my paintings every day. Peace!

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Post by mwzephyr » March 23, 2015, 1:15 pm

I like this.
~Zep

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Post by Liebestraum » March 31, 2015, 2:02 pm

Dear Fred, I can definitely relate to your words ... on some days anyway, not always. I wish to live fully in the moment and enjoy it, but as you say fatigue can make us long for the day's end sometimes.

It's a pleasure to read you, my friend.

Love,
Margherita
Love is the One who masters all things;
I am mastered totally by Love.
(Rumi)

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Post by fredcowie » April 4, 2015, 5:09 pm

Happy Easter my friend.........
Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D. Please visit my website at fredcowie.com, my FACEBOOK(/fredcowie) page where I post my writings and my paintings every day. Peace!

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