Katherine Shaw

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TIME


Time past... time gone
Time goes...on and on
Dusk till dawn, day and night
As sure as darkness follows light
Looking at our watches, looking at the clock
Time doesn't stop, tick, tock.. tick, tock
Time of birth, time of death
From Our first gasp, to our last breath

Spend your time loving each other
Your brother, your sister, your father, your mother
Take the time to love and embrace
For time stands not still, Time is a race
Find the time to forget and forgive
Let bygones be bygones, live and let live
Time is eternal... we are not
Try and make the most of your lot

Time is for happiness, time is for giving
The time is NOW, time for living
Look not into the past, but look ahead
After all... you're a long time dead
Let your memory make someone smile
Make your existence have been worthwhile
When your body has gone, let your memory stay
Never let time take THAT away

Submitted: Friday, October 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
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