Undying Tomorrow

Undying Tomorrow

A Poem by Adam M. Snow
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An undying tomorrow; friends of sorrow; lay to rest; on the night of morrow. Mark of raw; torments and flaw; lives on forever; with silence of maw.

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Undying Tomorrow
By: Adam M. Snow

An undying tomorrow;
friends of sorrow;
lay to rest;
on the night of morrow.
Mark of raw;
torments and flaw;
lives on forever;
with silence of maw.

All hearts are broken;
lies are spoken;
the hangman comes;
the gallows oaken.
Death is forsaken;
lives are taken;
no rest for the wicked;
as the reapers awaken.

All eyes are scorn;
the people mourn;
nameless ones are lost;
no child is born.
Souls are caged;
the peoples outraged;
all children died;
the dogwood aged.

An undying tomorrow;
dying of sorrow;
awakens the beast;
of the final morrow.
No need to mend;
nothing left to fend;
all hope is gone;
this is the end.

© 2010 Adam M. Snow


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I'm surprised you haven't gotten any reviews yet because this is a great piece in my opinion.
I love the short lines as it allows the reader to read the poem without much pause, linking the lines for the sake of telling the story.
I take it the poem is about some kind of wake with innocence lost and people coping with it.
The ending is quite blunt and shrouds everything in obscurity. I find it fitting as everything builds towards "the end" in a good chronological order.

Very well done!

btw...the line "the dogwood aged" seems misplaced to me; I couldn't relate it to the rest of the poem.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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The poem ropes one into its desolation - a dirge like quality draws one in its wake.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I'm surprised you haven't gotten any reviews yet because this is a great piece in my opinion.
I love the short lines as it allows the reader to read the poem without much pause, linking the lines for the sake of telling the story.
I take it the poem is about some kind of wake with innocence lost and people coping with it.
The ending is quite blunt and shrouds everything in obscurity. I find it fitting as everything builds towards "the end" in a good chronological order.

Very well done!

btw...the line "the dogwood aged" seems misplaced to me; I couldn't relate it to the rest of the poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Adam M. Snow
Adam M. Snow

Glendale, AZ



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