I think any title idea you get from an outside source would not be sufficient for your work. Think about what the inspiration was, and start from
there. Even if it was just some words that you heard while sitting outside in the spring, or listening to the radio.
From the inspiration you will find the title,
or just leave it 'untitled' by nugget1
Your line "Where tomorrows' dreams
Belongs to the past; " sounds awkward- "Where tomorrows' dream/Belongs to the past," or "Where tomorrows' dreams/Belong to the past,"
would make it flow more smoothly.
Great poem though, I was pleasantly surprised!
edit on 15u1503pmb14America/Chicago by Hushabye because: (no reason given)
Nice, I like it. It reminds me a little of how Scott McMicken writes some of his lyrics for Dr. Dog. It's nonsensical I guess?? Not sure of the
correct term, but yeah, maybe the title should be similar. Eternity's End or something like that.
I really like this!! Great job and thanks for sharing this.
A title isn't necessary for every poem. I really like some of the suggestions. A lot of times I will title a poem with the first line or take one
word from the first line
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