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The Concept of Time

Poetry By: CRoberts

Tags: Poem, Poetry, Time

When one ponders time and its infinity, who do we look to for guidance. This poem asks the the question...

Submitted:Sep 10, 2012    Reads: 58    Comments: 16    Likes: 3   

Knowing how much time was left to exist,

it gained value immeasurable.

He knew not the power to quit nor persist

could make life more intangible.

For the problem found in intelligent life

and the word encyclopaedia.

Is that fact and truth replaces strife,

instincts mere documents in media.

He looked up time and jumped at the sight

of a clock counting down from mere seconds.

Incomprehensible to put up a fight

when the end did more than just beckon.

Looking up he cried to the sky

desiring divine intervention.

The voice it said 'the end is nigh'

for that is Darwin's intention.


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