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Tomorrow
by Chip Bergeron

Monday, November 17, 2014
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Sometimes something unexpected comes roaring down at you and catches you totally unawares.

TOMORROW

Tomorrow is not given to anyone.
Whether for good or ill it comes,
Rushing like an express train.
Don’t get caught on the tracks:
Something seemingly insignificant,
Something seemingly unimportant,
Something seemingly innocent,
Can roar down the tracks at you,
Run you down and crush you.
Better you shouldn't walk there,
But if you decide to do so,
First you should look behind you
To see if any trains are coming.

-Chip Bergeron
15 November 2014

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Reviewed by Linda Hill 12/14/2014
Chip,

A thought provoking poem, Chip. There is always something to block our path but in the end if we are persistent we'll find our way. Excellent work!

Love and blessings,
~Linda
Reviewed by jude forese 11/21/2014
insightful verse Chip ... nicely constructed
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 11/19/2014
It sure does. Death is the big one, and it comes to everyone.

Ron
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/18/2014
There is wise counsel expressed through your verses, Chip. Love and blessings to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 11/18/2014

everything you can imagine is out there, it's a matter of luck and maybe a little of your sense of survival. Yep. That was a good one by Prine.
Reviewed by Michael Schafer 11/18/2014
So true. This poem reminded of John Prine's song= Bruised Orange (Chaim of Sorrow) Worth a listen to if you.ve neber heard it.

Michael D.



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