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For the Need of a Tomorrow

I envy all those who know so confidently what to do tomorrow while I still struggle in the dark. For all tomorrows.


MM said…
Add me to the club!
Kristen Hovet said…
just wanted to let you know that i love your blog and i've added you to my blogroll! xo :)
tulipspeaks said…
referring to my latest post, i have long list of tasks to be completed this week..doesn't that makes me lucky? :S
Keshi said…
tomorrow? does it ever come by?

Shiv said…
Tomorrow never comes!!!
Lorena said…
i'm sure you will find your way :)
Jeevan said…
We live and work for tomorrow isn’t it? I wish tomorrow never dies ;)
Nahuatl said…
Take the matters in your hand. Be in control of them. Then you will know what to do tomorrow.

Till then....... you just wait for life to happen.

Take care bro..
Keshi said…

Ghost Particle said…
hey guys! sorry I cant reply and post new time! yep...the age old question of time. Miss ya keshi, ammu, nayan, Hi Lorena!, Velu sar, shiv and jeevan and kristen!
Katie McKenna said…
Don't borrow trouble, stay in the moment, enjoy the beauty and the gift of today!


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for, its during the rainy seasons
when we sit admiring
the cool breeze and wandering droplets
we realize we are admiring the beauty of loneliness
from afar, of you and me