They May Not Have the Morrow








If the rooster would have a sore throat,
and love and time wouldn’t not meet tomorrow:
Let two be happy drifters of today.
Let ‘em sing with sun and serenade under the pink moon;
Let ‘em dance with the ballerinas of winds and stars.



If the dawn would be stranded,
and love and time wouldn’t not meet tomorrow:
Let two be in a rendezvous.
Let ‘em kiss like ripples and waves to the shore
Let ‘em consume like bloods to veins, and thoughts to minds.



If the sun would call in sick,
and love and time wouldn’t not meet tomorrow:
Let two enslave today and their passion reigns,
For love is an artist
Who paints its own story of two in one’s entirety and being
Onto the blue canvasses of skies and seas
their vivid memories of yesterday.






Featured Song:

We May Never Love Like This Again
By Maureen McGovern
1974
20th Century

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