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Time (Past Present Future Poem)

Updated on February 10, 2014


Here I stand with great promise and passive resistance.
I have stood still for long enough to realize that,
you have been revered by some but underestimated by many.
you started the very second I took my first breath.————————————————————————————————————-I have spent my life so far with fickle logic.
your monochrome hands and silver pendulum
have shown me the true movement of life.
shrouded by your eerie silence, I soon felt
conscientious to true reality.————————————————————————————————————-Ignoring you was a grave mistake.
I concede with utter shame, that I have used
you like a disposable commodity.
My impertinent nature and my sheer arrogance
has blinded me in the face of true virtue.————————————————————————————————————-At your remembrance, I have been reset once again.
I will never retrace my past steps that I have left,
but only to take steps further into true tranquility.—————————————————————————————————————(Thought After Wrote) - Anyone who read’s my stuff should soon realize that I spend minimum 2 hour and maximum 6 hour on any of my blur’s. This visual blur was actually an idea/thought/concept that made me think all the way to my childhood reminiscence. It could have been improved, but hey I’m human :p


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