You Can Make It Today

You can make it today
Don't dwell on yesterday's sorrow
You can make it today
Dismiss troubles that fell your way
Wipe clean the slate - do not borrow
needless pressure from tomorrow
You can make it today.


A damp west wind blows through the trees
Sudden darkness brings on a gloom
Harsh thunder echoes in the breeze
Lightning flashes brighten the room
And heavy rain crushes the bloom
Of fresh flowers in my garden.
Mother Nature's at her worst again.

by Albert Maier

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