Atef Ayadi


The Irony of time


talk!

you can and will

and it does not matter

what you are talking about!

just keep
talking
and i will catch up.


i will train myself
as i am listening

and feel
the words
and your troubled world,


cause
if you do not
talk
and i do not let you talk

time
will fly by

and
I will have no more time
left
to go back
get back
think back
feel back

catch up
with what
you said
and felt.

if i stop
you
now,
for any reason,
for any causes,
or
for any excuse

like:
'i do not have time! '
or
'please stop
there! '

or
'why you are tell me that? '


it will be a waste
of my
time
your time

and the planet treasured time.

i rather

stick
to you
and listen

cause
that is my time

no more
no less
and I hate
unfinished businesses.

Submitted: Monday, September 01, 2008
Edited: Friday, November 06, 2009
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