Lawrence S. Pertillar
And Then...They All Awakened - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
They all awakened,
To realize time did not keep them...
From an aging to save their youthful glows.
It wasn't time that kept them in stages,
Hestitating to prolong their procrastinations...
To delay in persistant waiting,
For that clock to tick tock to that hour wished...
For that snap that would crackle a flame to start,
With a heat to jolt them out of their delusions.
Held onto and firmly gripped.
As they stared afraid,
That a slipping from this would leave them panicked in fits.
And all benefits wished would vanish quick!
Time had nothing to do with it.
Or the ticking of it manmade loudly heard...
Within a twenty-four hour period!
People choose to use excuses as their prerequisites.
To drift further away from those required subjects,
One needs to learn and master.
To satisfy sacrifices made to witness seeing,
Those tasks devoted to finally bloom as groomed.
They all began to awaken to realize,
Time did not keep them...
Away from their wishes or abilities to see completed.
Time did not keep them away from aspirations,
To get them done.
Time had been given to everyone.
Unlike some who did not need an alarm to stun,
To run as if to catch-up.
There are the ones who have been left behind,
Disbelieving no more time is there for them to come.
And although a 'no' is certain...
For anyone who keeps a running to catch-up done.
Especially when an awakening comes...
To anyone who knows,
Time is of little importance...to influence with significance.
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