Annie Cordelia Adams

I Don'T Believe In Time

between worlds…
between two suns
though the world escapes my soul
water seeps from two sated holes
for through these windows saw the world
the longing of some other desire

and whispers the Sea…
amongst the trees
for the wind befriends a hearty wave
and carries to the ear of destiny’s slave
from the threshold of the home of eternity
the longing of some other desire

that three years passed…
between two suns
I saw the sun’s shadow gazing hard
hated me for leaving him alone and scarred
as I left the world behind me, defying gravity
my only desire was for life and immortality

three years pass…
I don’t believe in time
everything is forever
everything is eternity
for that is why I wish
only for immortality
the Sea is the road to immortality

and the three years that shall pass soon
passed so slowly

but I don’t believe in time

time is a waste of time
time is a waste of breath
so the world hates me for this
though God’s creation
is too beautiful to describe
I fall into the ocean’s kiss
and unlimited things begin to happen
when music stops
the echo only lasts only so long
before the light of day
tires of beholding
and fades away
and eternity was gone?
who wishes to die?
but who wishes to live forever…
is she who people call by Me.

the Grey Haven’s wait
and the only thing I desire more
than immortality
is a cause
because I lost
and failed my God

Poem Submitted: Monday, April 13, 2009

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