Yesterday, now and tomorrow

Copyright Marie Kléber

I can tell you everything

The good, the bad, the worst
The blue, the grey, the white
The bright mornings and the dark skies

I can tell you my ups, my downs
My doubts, my fears, my joys

I can tell you all there is
And all there was
Dreams and nightmares

I can cry and you won’t say
These ugly words that I despise

I can tell you everything
And yet I don’t wish to tell you everything

Not that you can’t hear it
Just that I want to protect us from
A life that does not belong to now
Remains of scars, shots of pain

We belong to today and tomorrow
We are writing a far better story
Than the ones before
One that is true, loving, peaceful
One that put a smile on our faces
When we look at each other

I don’t want the chaos anymore
I don’t want to feel trapped in emotions
I don’t want us to be all about this
The memories to unfold
The fears to go over
The wounds to mend

I want life and happiness
Blessings to count every day
Joy and projects to share
I don’t want anything messy between you and me

So know if I don’t tell you everything
It is just my way to say that you mean the world to me

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18 thoughts on “Yesterday, now and tomorrow”

    1. I guess we need to preserve the new one too. We’ll say bits and pieces. But not all.
      As you say Lisa looking forward is much better and we have much good to expect too this way.
      Thank you. xoxo

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  1. I have said it many times and my lines fit in here so well:
    Some secrets have to remain buried because they are ours
    We do tell them but only to the stars.
    Beautifully articulated emotions Marie. Be happy and stay blessed.

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