Mugdha Khedkar

Time, Who Art Thou? - Poem by Mugdha Khedkar

We all may live,
The sun may shine,
For how long?
Answer it! Mighty time..

Time who art thou?

An uncontrollable wind....
Which blows night and day,
if man tries to stop it,
he is blown away!

A fierce fire, so fierce that
water can't stop its flame
if man tries to suppress it
his ashes are what remain!

A violent ocean with
high tides near the shore
if man tries to stop the waves
he enters death's door!

Time, who art thou?

“I am the master”, says time
“to challenge me, men may live a century
but fools, men are!
They lose, I win
in the end they cease to be.

I decide who when will go
and without turning around
take him with me
so new men can walk this earth
and when I decide can leave.”

Time who art thou?

Thou indeed are our master
we are thy slaves
and always will be
the clock will keep ticking by
waiting for none,
like an everflowing sea

So live each second
may it be of happiness,
sorrow or pain.
For everything can come
back in your life
but time won't come again.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 24, 2011

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