Tomorrow never comes. Tomorrow morphs into today, growing tentacles of pressure and deadline slinking round precious time. Tomorrow is the myth that keeps us going into the hazed purple dark, only to vanish in bleaching daybreak. Tomorrow is the pipedream we search for in bedsheets, neglecting the canaries of impending doom, the warming abolition of plague civilisation. Tomorrow seems detached, pushed into the outer orbit like the catastrophic bombs hailing and howling in Syria. Tomorrow hates us today a mongrel race but yearns for yesterday, the tender embrace of tinted times, always better Tomorrow feels the wound of every hour passing by and sets feet into erratic stuttered taping heart breaking out of caged chest, passive but untamed, Tomorrow is sitting waiting for all of us, unsure when we're to arrive, shaking stripped down in a naked hot mess seeing the damage we've done today, fearful of more pillage and ****.