Time Versus Man - Poem by Gita Ashok
A second, a minute, an hour,
a week, a month, a year,
a decade, a millennium, an aeon…
this is how Time travels
through our Space.
Two cells, a zygote,
a foetus, a newborn, a baby,
a toddler, an adolescent, an adult,
a middle-aged, an elderly…
this is how Man travels
From a second to an aeon,
from two cells to a man,
Time and Man have surely come a long way.
06 June 2010
4: 15 pm.
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