Little King of Sorrows


TODAY Poem by Little King of Sorrows


' TODAY '

Tomorrow isn't promised.
Make the most of every day.
This truth was made so clear to me,
In a very painful way.

I never saw it coming.
It happened way too fast.
So precious few our memories,
In the story of my past.

I took that time for granted,
And the agony is great.
It consumes my every waking thought,
That God gave us this fate.

Oh what am I to do now,
When it gets to hard to bare?
I pray to God you hear me,
And know how much I care.

No goodbyes I promise!
I will be home in a while.
I will love you every day till then.
You will see it in my smile.

And though I'm sad I'll do it,
with all my love I send!
Again I'll never leave you,
I promise till the end.

12-8-2009

© 2013 L.K.Sorrows

Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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