I always thought I had tomorrow.
Each new day was mine to dispose of at will, or so I thought.
I squandered and wasted today.
I got hung up on yesterday, relieving and regretting my choices.
I was oblivious to the fact that today was slowly withering and dying.
I woke up to reality.
Yesterday was bitter and filled with “what if.”
Tomorrow was scary, for there was no plan, no vision put in motion.
The scales have fallen from my eyes.
I realize that today is the key that unlocks my tomorrow and gives me a sweet yesterday.