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YESTERDAY is gone, so
make room for TODAY,
the OTHER DAYS were HECTIC
 have now GONE AWAY,
A DAY of COMPLETE MAYHEM
has now GONE ASTRAY,
It was looking PRETTY ROUGH,
 but "WHAT CAN I SAY???"
Just HAPPY to KNOW that
I AM STILL HERE,
YESTERDAY'S TOUGH ISSUES have
 now DISAPPEARED,
LORD PLEASE BLESS MY WEEK,
OH, THIS I DO PRAY,
YESTERDAY IS LONG, GONE,
 GETTING READY FOR
A NEW DAY!!!


B.R.
Date: 1/31/2024

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Just forget about YESTERDAY and FOCUS on TODAY IS THE MANTRA OF 2024!!!

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Written on January 31, 2024

Submitted by belindar.65825 on June 13, 2024

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