Clinton Siegle

Time Is Different These Days - Poem by Clinton Siegle

Time in a closed time curved loop is an oddity to me;
I recall having 17 days left for this course to expire yesterday
memories play tricks for today the clock says 31-day
eternity of falling backwards through time like Solomon
In a way I sought knowledge of time
now I wonder about my soul
a bit more than last time
closed time loops show a possibility
long time ago
opening a history or biology book that states earth is at present 4.5 billion years-old
standing firm in my mind in 1989 my high school books said 6.5 billion years-old
eternity is not what one sees in a blink of an eye
dream state is this what I experience when dying
time is not what I remember to be these days

I know the Mandela effect is time

memories of a different time

eternity wandering the cycles of a distinctive reality in time

Topic(s) of this poem: time

Form: Acrostic

Poet's Notes about The Poem

you think you know east from west? have you paid attention? Each day earth for me rotates in a black hole clock wise to counter clock wise. Meaning what is west one day is east the next due the rotation of the black hole. look it up today the galaxy supposedly is going counter clockwise towards the center of the galaxy. where as my reality we were going clockwise away from the center fo the galaxy. Thus for reality look at a clock. point east flip it upside down, and realize that east is now west.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 15, 2019

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