Christopher G. Turner

Rookie (February 11th,1988 / Killeen, Texas)

What Is Time?


Time passes by ever slowly
Every second is an eternity
Waiting forever impatiently
Oh Lord, what is time?

Forever I sit here watching
All things moving past me
Time I cannot understand
Oh Lord, what is time?

Everything seems to linger
I sit here restless, waiting
Wondering how much longer
Oh Lord, what is time?

Always remember one thing
God has no concept of time
Created by man long ago
Does time really matter?

(August 18th,2006)

Submitted: Friday, August 18, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 26, 2010

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Comments about this poem (What Is Time? by Christopher G. Turner )

  • Rookie Jessel Jane Tevar (8/25/2006 1:58:00 AM)

    Wonderful... simply wonderful.

    There also came a time that I was really tired of waiting... that i seem to realize im waiting for nothing and it just seems to be eternal... eternal waiting drives me crazy... and it hurts.

    nice poem 'bout time.All i know 'bout it is that it's something that when wasted, you cannot recycle anymore.. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Divina Boulangé (8/24/2006 1:43:00 PM)

    thought-provoking words! I think time is that annoying gap between one chocolate bar and another! lol ~Divina (Report) Reply

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