Time’s Better Side - Poem by Walterrean Salley
Time never sits so idly by;
Its moments rather stately fly.
Like birds soaring in the wind,
So time keeps moving in its trend.
When on one’s side, it will defend;
But if a foe, it would contend.
The message that I’m trying to send
Is, truly, time is one’s best friend.
In traveling by day and night,
It never resends in its plight.
And causing calm or causing fright,
It has a certain air of might.
And those who wish to beat the tide,
Must stay on time’s better side.
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