Tomorrow Begins

Life is filled with twists and turns.  Where there isn’t always understanding, maybe acceptance is enough?

Seven Days - Just Hanging Around Again

Tomorrow Begins
by Michael Romani

Blinded by the brilliance of the light
Tomorrow begins again in our tonight
Stumbled falling and I am here again
Needing you my love and my dearest friend

In my rush to become more than I was
I struggled for always more, just because
And now, I know who it is that I must be
In your arms, I find my value and my dignity

There's nothing left but my last breath
Still, I'll hang my hat on this until my death
All the parades have passed me by and are gone
Yet, I have your love to still dream on

Perhaps this end has sealed my arrival
At the gates of death and then my revival
Joy born again in partnership with dreams
These are things of cotton candy and circus scenes

Learning what is truly most indispensable
Crushed under the weight of dreading the indefensible
Your handshake is still the bond of integrity
Standing strong in kinship and in family

In happiness, this deal is struck
And the big top has become its own luck
The circus of life had delivered this crown
Returning smiles from a world of frowns

This is the place of three ringed love
Where the spot lights shine from above
Danced under the springboard of lights
We'll run  away into these circus nights

(c) January 5, 2019   Michael Romani
All Rights Reserved

The Southern Cross Bigtop Don Dasher and Valerie Take Leo to the Circus





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Writer, poet, musician, surfer, father of two princesses.
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