Time Flies

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This is me writing to myself from 40 years in the future. with it come advise that may help you

Time flies

Today I’m fifty-seven

It turns out I married the man of my dreams

Be as it may, it only seems

Like yesterday, he brought me the light of heaven  


That blew away the ashes of fear

Letting my destiny fall into place

But time it self, is not without haste

You don’t need to find your love, he is near


Don’t worry about what the future holds

That’s the one regret, which I will never forget

Remember with every day comes a sunset

So let the past fade away, and see what tomorrow unfolds


Because life is short, and not without consequences

So when a decision appears, let it be clear

To all who is around you, to whom you can hear

They can help you with your defenses not your offences 

Submitted: January 15, 2018

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Just a Judgemental Dude

This was suprisingly insightful. It has a lot of good life lessons. I recommend taking a few minutes of your time to absorb it.

Thu, January 18th, 2018 5:40pm

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