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Five short novels of improbable todays and possible tomorrows.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
As all had agreed to prepare for tomorrows recitations first, it was nine oclock when they assembled to hear what Lucy had to say.
Though she often dreamed of her yesterdays, they were always pleasant dreams, and she never fretted about her tomorrows.
THE DUCK-FOOTED HOUNDJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
I am now lying here, and all is over, all is found out; there are no more questions and answers, no more todays and tomorrows.
And may we see that if we make our todays what they should be Thou wilt take care of the tomorrows.
THE OPTIMIST'S GOOD MORNINGFLORENCE HOBART PERIN
Six-years-old knows no tomorrows, and Julia tasted the bitterness of despair.
She said, 'My yesterdays became tomorrows before I lived them.
WEST OF THE SUNEDGAR PANGBORN
Of all the unborn tomorrows when the Ofridian nation may live again.
She knelt to put her arms around him, thinking: Tears and fear are futile weapons; they can never bring us any tomorrows.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
All of us have made our mistakes and none of us can change our yesterdays, but every one of us can change our tomorrows.

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