Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Time Keeper

Copyright © 2012 Tryphena Louise Williams

The old hour glass it held time still
If titled slightly the hours would fill
Like gains of sand a moment of loss
Father Time his battle it came at a cost
Past and present compressed into one
Each day scored with the passing sun
A sound of time ticking day and night
The stresses expanding no time is right
Like sand through the hour glass of life
Many a soul was now living with strife
Time a keeper chained some to the floor
 A losing battle they struggled even more
Time’s an illusion mans placed in his day
If not managed life’s all work and no play
A watch of time can control what you do
Living in the now is an enlightening view
Web Image

No comments:

Most Popular Poems

Click to listen

Click to listen
Sing HU to Open Your Heart
New Zealand Time