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              The constant movement of life
              Forcing all of us to toil
              Believing it will be better tomorrow
              Today we work and strive
              Hoping to just make it to tomorrow
              Never seeing the end

              The day drags into the evening
              Closer it comes to tomorrow
              No change in the heavy stress

              As evening turns to night
              So so near to tomorrow
              Clocks turn at a snails pace

              Ever so slow night into morn
              Now it has become tomorrow
              Then reality becomes clear
              Today is now yesterday
              Again we seek tomorrow
              The search goes on without end
                                                Edwin J. Smith
                                              The Old Cowboy Poet

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