tomorrows

[ tuh-mawr-oh, -mor-oh ]

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Five short novels of improbable todays and possible tomorrows.

Six-years-old knows no tomorrows, and Julia tasted the bitterness of despair.

She said, 'My yesterdays became tomorrows before I lived them.

Of all the unborn tomorrows when the Ofridian nation may live again.

Now you can have roast goose stuffed with onions for tomorrows dinner.

And as tomorrows always had, tomorrow would take care of itself.

She knelt to put her arms around him, thinking: Tears and fear are futile weapons; they can never bring us any tomorrows.

As all had agreed to prepare for tomorrows recitations first, it was nine oclock when they assembled to hear what Lucy had to say.

Of all the unborn tomorrows when the nations of Tarth can live together in peace and harmony.

Each days battles must be fought alone and leave tomorrows till they come.