Time Is Now - Poem by Ima Ryma
People in power run the time,
Ever seeking to sell their game.
Today's play is tomorrow's crime.
Since the Stone Age, we play the same.
It's for the children is the line
That's often used to try to make
Some point (with hidden dollar sign)
Of a future way we should take,
Selling us now of what should be
The future fate of humankind.
An easy way to make money,
To make a matter over mind.
The now is what it's all about,
Even if time is running out.
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