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The Struggle Within: Sestina Number One by Michael Harris A sestina is a poem where you interchange six words at the end of each ... [258 words]
Your Baby by Karina Lizet Perez - [76 words]
White White Wonderland by D G Williford A short poem scaling seasons from childhood to adult... [134 words]
Want You by Desdemonda - [59 words]
Tu Baile Gitano. by Roberto J Moreno I haven't written something in spanish in a long time. So I figured might as well. It's about ... [201 words]
Tomorrow
Thirsty by Skyler Drevan A hunger, a greed or a passion? [144 words]
The Worst Thing by Rae - [83 words]
The Bad One by M Q Walters - [141 words]
Taken by Alberto Pupo To be taken. [46 words]
Struggle by Alberto Pupo To struggle. [84 words]
Still Life by Lissa N Metz-Gomez - [56 words]
Silently Wept by M Q Walters Must learn to build walls, without doors that allow others in. [91 words]
Rainbow by Nadia Siddiqui Tried to describe Canadian northern lights! however rainbow anywhere is the same one whether it is in ... [32 words]
Peace by VargheseJ Away a way off from this peace less world, an escape, [114 words]
Ode To Losing Late Nights by Rae Stupid ramblings about losing stuff ... like the love of your life ... [90 words]
My Love Life? by Buxton A protest poem at my love life, or the lack of it?? [1 words]
Musings by Alberto Pupo To simply Muse. [84 words]
Mending October by Buxton - [62 words]
Maybe One Day by Just A Guy Thanks to administration for finding this, thought it was lost in space. [118 words]
Love Forever by Haimanti Tarafdar - [96 words]
London Breeze by Roberto J Moreno It's about being fake and justifying sleeping around. [208 words]
Hopelessly Together by Skyler Drevan - [108 words]
Grace by Skyler Drevan A little poem about my late grandmother Grace Johnson. You're always in my heart. [102 words]
Go Now by Desdemonda - [24 words]
Generate Our Generation by Buxton A stab in the eye with the old rusty fork?? [151 words]
Fading Away by M Q Walters - [92 words]
Dream A Little Dream by Sharon L Devine Unrequieted love. [90 words]
Desolation. by Bg Ryan [109 words]
Dark Winter by Alberto Pupo For it can truly be dark. [73 words]
Crave! by Buxton A hungry poem. [92 words]
Corner Angel by Sarah L Negrete Appreciating a moment created by nature [74 words]
Blue Bird by Skyler Drevan - [142 words]
Blinded by Alberto Pupo Cannot see.... [57 words]
Be Kind To Everyone! by Nadia Siddiqui Charity is important that's what I have tried to say here. Give, few coins away to those w... [69 words]
Autunno, A Collection Of Verse by Paolo Debernardi Italian poetry with English translation: Luglio/July, July is the month of the ... [924 words]
Abused Girl by Rose Raposo This poem is about what's going around my life right now iam struggling a hard life so I wrote a po... [248 words]
About Me by Sharon L Devine Unrequieted love. [148 words]
A Poet's Cry by Clive Williams Poetry is like the shy lamp, yet like a raging storm, Calm and gentle, yet powerful in itís movem... [17,375 words]
A Moment In Time by Roberto J Moreno It was jsut a thought. I hadn't written anything in a while. I remembered this movie called Co... [134 words]
The Axe Man by E Rocco Caldwell A professional on his way to work. [113 words]
Vision by Luis Felipe Moura A broken heart is mended in a dream. [92 words]
Vigilante by Keri McGriff - [26 words]
Under The Stars by Luis Felipe Moura There's nothing better than a moonlight kiss by the seashore. [52 words]
This Green And Sterile Land by Harvey Kennett The UK coined the term "The Industrial Revolution". Once the wheel had turned full ... [154 words]
This Golden Age by Harvey Kennett I have met many folks who were unhappy with the time they were born in to. This poem is dedicat... [164 words]
The Stupid Me by Destiny How stupid it is to be aloof. Don't be. It really gets to ya. [361 words]
Sunshine by Nadia Siddiqui I tried to describe nature and appreciated how God made so many things in many colors and shapes for u... [40 words]
Still In Love by Buxton A poem about my first love, and my last? [58 words]
Situations by August Nyghts - [40 words]
Repentance by Nadia Siddiqui It is never too late to repent...but is it too late for others to forgive! However I think realizat... [52 words]
Released by Rae - [37 words]
Pushing You by Buxton A poem about how love can dissappear, leaving you mentally and physically weak, and about what you ... [85 words]
Perfect Love by Mia Angello A poem written in honor of God, at Governor Dodge State Park. [74 words]
Parts Of Myself Explored by August Nyghts - [59 words]
Octopus by August Nyghts - [100 words]
Nothing To Say by Jessica M J Martinez - [145 words]
My Soul Is A Hole by Rae - [92 words]
Living In This Prison by Buxton A poem about a life not to unfamiliar to yours.. [64 words]
Inside by Jessica M J Martinez - [44 words]
In Secret by Luis Felipe Moura Sometimes we cannot see the very thing we're looking for... [93 words]
How To Make An Essay Into A Poem by NeedhamT Very short, but effective poem about the ingredients of a poem. [23 words]
Here Kitty Kitty by Just A Guy Had this up - it disappeared, must be a damn cat lover in admin. I'll try again. [129 words]
Forbidden by Luis Felipe Moura Can love defeat adversities? [118 words]
Fantasy Convention by Dawn Marcotte This was intended as the introduction to an anthology of science fiction/ fantasy short stor... [602 words]
Crash!!! 1256 by Derek Rogers A snapshot poem. [124 words]
Comfort Blanket by Keri McGriff - [25 words]
Colors Of Life by Nadia Siddiqui I tried to describe the different phases we go through in life but if only have faith anything c... [49 words]
A Miracle In Itself by PittmanAN A poem I wrote when watching "The Miralce Worker." [85 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Tomorrow
DESCRIPTION
If you did everything you said you would tomorrow, you wouldn't find yourself where you are today.
[90 words]
AUTHOR
J L Watts
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[November 2003]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (18)
Bored Clouds Of A Scattered Sky (Poetry) Trying to capture the essence of boredom through nature references. Not entirely convinced I've achieved it, what do you think?! [64 words] [Nature]
Cheated (Poetry) Wrote this in about half an hour, hope it doesn't tell! Inspired by Ted Hughes, and along the same lines of failed relationships as 'Distance'. Comedy next me thinks. [29 words] [Romance]
Desire Of The Night (Poetry) Young Forbidden love for a lady of the night. Wrote this while keeping up the vague pretence of trying to work in a mundane office. [198 words] [Erotic]
Distance (Poetry) Remember not to critcise too much- I'm a fragile soul! Have I just inadvertly thrown myself to the lions with that one? woops! [43 words]
Forbbiden Light(Extended) (Poetry) Taking my initial first verse of my existing poem and fleshing it out a bit, it now resembles more obviously a popular trilogy. Please give feedback! [109 words] [Fantasy]
Forbidden Light (Poetry) Quite dark and I'm not sure it reveals anything, definitely need some lighter material! [28 words]
I'm Bored Of You. Can I Be Somebody Else? (Short Stories) Two alien bounty hunters are on Earth, one with a unique abiltity which could help fufil his dreams of being a present day Cassanova. The other, well... he just tries to walk straight. [2,184 words] [Comedy]
In To The Future (Poetry) I don't really know how to categorise this:- it's motivational in a sense with elements of different things like nature, time and the battle to change things in the past for the sake of the future. Bu... [159 words]
Late Night Train (Poetry) Kind of my take on Jack the Ripper taking the 22.30 to London Paddington. [53 words] [Mystery]
She (Poetry) A failed relationship ends in guilty tragedy. [154 words] [Relationships]
Something Underneath My Bed (Poetry) Lighter than most of the other stuff I've submitted here and less abstract. [219 words] [Fantasy]
Taste Of Defeat (Poetry) Something you don't see a lot of is boxing poetry, so I have attempted the defeat of a boxer here. As the saying goes, try anything once! [91 words]
Taste Of The Immortal (Poetry) Maybe 'life' as a vampire isn't so rewarding after all. [281 words] [Fantasy]
The Pursuit (Short Stories) A dark story that I'd like feedback on concerning the twists and vampire elements. My darkest work yet probably. [1,877 words] [Horror]
Tortured (Short Stories) Wrote this about three years ago as a GCSE 'Victim Writing' piece. Am annoyed with the way I finish it, think it's a bit untidy and possibly too sentimental. Still I was 16! [986 words] [Relationships]
Troubled Mind (Poetry) In this poem I have tried to show the anxities of life that we feel, through images of feelings that people go through in the struggle for their own identity, and is influenced by a peroid of uncertai... [90 words] [Mind]
Words.Enter.Head.Write.Something.Good. (Short Stories) The story of someone who struggles to find anything decent to write. It's epic. In no way refers to my struggles in writing anything good. Not at all. [1,013 words]
Zimbabwe (Short Stories) A fictional account of the emotions of a victim of land reform in Zimbabwe. [401 words] [Literary Fiction]
Tomorrow
J L Watts

A world waits
Around the very next corner
Tomorrow I will aim for the top,
Later is when it will happen.

I could pick up my guitar,
Be a sweaty icon in emotionally charged venues.
Or write the book
Which catapults me to worldwide acclaim.

If I could stay young for ever
I would find the time
Fulfil the hollow hours
Which I have let slip by empty.

But tomorrow I could step into the theatre,
And majestically project someone elseís voice,
Pick up a simple map,
And revel at mountains and lakes.

Or I could lie here
Simply in bed
Fall back asleep
Let it happen tomorrow.

      

 

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© 2003 J L Watts
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 2003
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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