TIME TWISTING THOUGHTS

‘If I could turn back
The hands of time,’
So says man
When I wish he knew
That I waited
For his travails to corrode
On iron of impatience.
‘The time is so slow,’
So says man
When I wish he knew
That I waited
To align with his predestination
‘Time is not on my side,’
So says man
When I wish he knew
That I waited
For his understanding
To fit into life’s puzzle.
‘Time is not enough,’
So says man
When I wish he knew
His strong will
Was not enough.
‘I still have time,’
So says man
When I wish he knew
That I would be gone
In no time
And leave him with no time.
‘How time flies,’
So says man
When I wish he knew
I move when he moves
But don’t stop ticking
When he stops moving.
Posterity is my defense counsel
For this suit which
Defames my character.
Fola Daniel Adelesi
The Idea Doctor
28 / 02/ 07



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