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Every day I promise myself tommorow

Talk about duality of meaning.
The author meant it as a lament. It expresses the frustration of forced procrastination, of delays unintended and of opportunities lost. It expresses how every thing is meant to be done tomorrow.
But I read it quite the opposite. Tomorrow means another opportunity, of potential and possibilities. By promising yourself tomorrow, you are promising hope and look forward to the future. And to do it every day is express how hope springs eternal. It also says about how tomorrow is yours and yours to make of it, of promising yourself your destiny.

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