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True Meaning of Time


The time has come, a time so dear
For me to reflect my inner fear
A time for feelings to be expressed
In a time that I am truly distressed

Time is the question
Time is the answer

Joys and happiness are hopes of the day
Like patience for reality are here to stay
A happy tomorrow, if I may
Will be the first truth, to which I will obey

Time is the question
Time is the answer

Lies are spoken, some are mislead
Battles for which have caused many adead
Returning therein, to the place of rest
While the evil return to their place of quest

Time is no question
Time is no answer
Time is a passing phase
Which leads to disaster

Stand in witness, yes you indeed
You reading have decreed
Your hands alone turn the pages of the past
But in the eyes of TIME, you are the last

Submitted: Sunday, November 21, 2010

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