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Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan

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* Today - the Yesterday of Tomorrow


today is the yesterday
of tomorrow
today is also the tomorrow
of yesterday

yesterday was the today
of the then tomorrow

tomorrow which is the now today
is the tomorrow of yesterday

what is yesterday's yesterday?
what is the today of today?

what will be the tomorrow of tomorrow?

yesterday made today
today is creating tomorrow
the now today will be the
yesterday of the incoming tomorrow
and that tomorrow will become today

but tomorrow is yet unknown


for there is no today without yesterday
and no yesterday without today

but tomorrow will be unknown


from wired thoughts
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Submitted: Friday, September 09, 2011

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