Treasure Island

T Ebi Ken Jemine


Mind Against Time


Out of sight is out of mind,
As the saying goes...
But only if the mind can let go
Of the things that the poor blind
Mind can not see or foresee.
Time will tell, as the saying goes

Time has come and gone, still here
You're still in the mind like still-water
Wish, one could pressed rewind and pause
Forward and pressed play again.
The time is ticking forward,
The mind is thinking backward.

When the wind blow the mind, the dusts withhold to die
The mind sees better than the eyes,
When time is unfriendly running past Usain
The mind handles pen better the hand
Imagine the time and mind becoming friends,
Minding one another, Timing one another...

Time and time again, mind is made up
You'll live in my mind forever.
You're out of sight but live in my mind
It's like mind against time.
But, mind had stood the test of time,
You will be and ever remain here in my mind for time

Submitted: Monday, July 02, 2012

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