IF TOMORROW COMES (A POEM WRITTEN BY OLUWADAMILARE)

IF TOMORROW COMES

If tomorrow comes,
In its glory and splendour,
The stars, let it count,
If it is, it will count,

If tomorrow comes,
The kings, let them awe,
With it shall come gods,
Will the world have enough?

If tomorrow comes,
It’s beauty let it shine,
As the radiant bright light,
The world’s glory in height.

If tomorrow comes,
Bid to wake your neighbor,
Who had slept before,
And had lost a lot.

If tomorrow comes,
And he refuses to wake,
Bid him to sleep more,
He is not of this world.

If tomorrow comes,
And light shines in the dark,
The dark illuminate it not,
The world is then not corrupt.

If tomorrow comes,
And your loved one fall,
Tears, let it not drop,
The great beyond is awesome.

If tomorrow comes,
Together with its turmoil
Let not your strength fall,
It happens to all.

If tomorrow comes,
In its purest form,
The world to change its form?
The living, to mourn or to joy?

If tomorrow comes,
And with it, the dark,
Let not your heart be marred,
It’s your time to face your dark.

If tomorrow comes,
To those who today have lost,
Let hope call,
When tomorrow comes.

If tomorrow comes,
Let it not mar,
The hopes of the young,
Their strength untapped.

If tomorrow comes,
And all is as it was,
Business then unusual,
Time to shake the stars.

If tomorrow comes,
What will it bring?
A question to wonder,
A song to sing

Oluwadamilare

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