ANOTHER TOMORROW

                       Why me God?

                          Why must you call me home now?

                          This is not fair.

                          This can’t be right.

                          I want more life.

                       Why can’t I have another tomorrow?


                       Why me God?

                          I have endured what was dealt to me.

                          I have suffered.

                          I have felt loss and sorrow.

                          I am no stranger to pain.

                       Why can’t I have another tomorrow?


                       Why me God?

                          I know I am no Saint.

                          I know I am not perfect.

                          I did the best I could.

                          I always tried to do the right thing.

                       Why can’t I have another tomorrow?


                        Why me God?

                            My time here was way to brief.

                            Why can’t I stay a little longer?

                            My family still needs me.

                            Why do you summon me now?

                         Why can’t I have another tomorrow?


                         Why me God?

                             Why can’t I have another tomorrow?

                              No more pain to endure

                              Unconditional love

                              Absolute freedom

                          Oh God! …Now I see the light.

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kinnycut

I have been writing quite a number of years. I have been published numerous times and I have won several writing awards throughout the years. I won one for poetry just last year from a state contest through my college, the College of Central Florida. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from that same college in 2015 with a degree in Mass Communications. I now have a BA in Psychology from Saint Leo University.

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