A Plea To Time - Poem by RAJ VIKRAM
Time stay put where you are
don't always move inexorably
Don't always be delusional
about your omnipotence.
For there are times when even you
fail to exercise your excesses.
Don't always be condescending
when you are on a conquering spree
There are realms which are
beyond even your metronomic
and delusional supremacy.
Just halt at times and reflect.
You can wither away the excitement
of youthful exuberance and can
scythe through our dreams which
are in flesh and blood and concrete.
That's your strength and you
reign supreme there eternally.
But in spaces where bonds
transcend the seen and the known
you will meet your adversary
and you will know defeat.
There lies the key to eternity
and where warmth thrives veritably.
Some emotions do inhabit
those spaces and they are
beyond your limits and powers.
Time be limited at times and
know that eternity is
not your exclusive fiefdom.
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