Treasure Island

Clara Odelia Ciutara

Time Writes Destiny

The door has been opened
When regretting comes
And atoning all
Which had been crumbled
With an unseen hand
Which only left this world

The reality
Had been reformed by time
And becomes an odd hallucination
Enables impossibility
And unables possibility
Time is fate’s sovereign

Time keeps on singing
Twirling second by second
Never stops to see
This world rotating
Creating its own destiny
When self is back to soul

Time rolling centuries by one rotating
Creating fate of each breath
Flowing with no care
As it writes the destiny

Submitted: Wednesday, November 04, 2009

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  • John Knight (2/10/2010 6:17:00 PM)

    Hi Clara - Nice emotional poem - good structure and content. I score it TEN.
    V 1 Time moves on - regret comes and things crumble. V 2 We can never turn back time. Fate dictates what is and isn't possible. V 3 Time never stops to evaluate its efects. V 4 The Earth rotates on its axis and rotates about the Sun creating time - days and years - and time writes its own destiny. Thankd for sharing. Love you in poetry - JOHN. (Report) Reply

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