Don’t Say I’ll Do It Later, Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist


I got published on SpillWords again! My poem, Just Because It was Bad, Doesn’t Mean It Was Beneficial, was posted this morning. If you could read and rate it, that would be awesome.


Tomorrow doesn’t exist

so live to the fullest today

tomorrow doesn’t exist

don’t let anyone stand in your way

No matter what they say

no matter what they tell you to do

live to the fullest today

do what you know you should

Dreams come, and dreams go

but you’re the only one that knows

how to make them true

Attack the norm

Defy the expectations

Be the best version of you

Wind, rain, or shine

always run, never walk

you’re not promised a single dime

and most of the time

we think we’ll always have more

Wait till next weekend, what about next year

but until you breathe long enough to live it

are you sure you’ve really got it?

What’s stopping you

put your head down, and run through the door

The world is waiting for you

This world, and so, so much more

Man, woman, black, white, gay, straight

there’s not a second more to wait

American, Russian, Chinese, European

you know your dreams, now meet them

We spend so much putting off what we want

thinking we can do it tomorrow

that we never get what we want

and so we spend life borrowing

someone else’s dreams

their leftover pixie dust

I say change the times

and make your own magic



17 thoughts on “Don’t Say I’ll Do It Later, Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist

  1. Bravo sir.
    Much wisdom.
    Nice style – even hints of Dr Seuss in places. Or maybe that’s me!

    Are you familiar with a performance poet called In-Q?. I wrote my first poem about OCD after watching him perform:

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  2. Right on, my friend!! πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½. Have I mentioned that your blog rocks my world? ❀️

    Aspie-friendly hugs to you!
    ~The Silent Wave/Laina 🌟🌟

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      1. Well I’m glad for that….. ☺️ And you’re absolutely right. We’ve got to focus on the blessings we do have, right where we’re at. πŸ˜‰

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