What is Time?

What is time?

Do we need time?

Time for what?

Time to work?

Time to play?

Time to love?

Time to hate?

Time to write?

Time to paint?

Time to create?

Time on our hands.


That never-ending

Line of moments,

Moments in our life.

Each moment different,

Each moment wonderful,

Time is moments,

Time is wonderful.


  • orchidee

    A fine time for this write G/F. Meanwhile - a long as there's time for me sherries and porkies, no other time matters! heehee.

    • Goldfinch60

      But hopefully no time to put water in my scotch. Thanks Orchi.

    • Frank Prem

      It is indeed a fine time, every time, GF. Cheers.

      • Goldfinch60

        Thank you Frank.


        Thanks for this ANDY ~ Time is endless it has neither beginning nor end ! The beautiful Song and your equally beautiful Poem echo the Words of SOLOMON "To everything there is a SEASON and TIME to every PURPOSE under Heaven " Ecclesiastes 3 v 1. TEMPUS FUGIT so CARPE DIEM ~ Yours BRIAN ~ Please check "Seasons of Love" an S & B collaboration ~ Thanks S & B

        • Goldfinch60

          Thank you Brian.

          • orchidee

            A bit of French there Brian? Tempus Wotsit and Carpe Diem? Is that a type of fish? (Carp). Say that again in English?!

          • Michael Edwards

            I don't mind a bit of water in my scotch but only water and nothing else - will find time for one before lunch.

          • Mugsdaddy

            I am so glad I had time to read just in time to appreciate it in a timely fashion. So thanks for this time, until the next time... Oh I'm out of time.

          • Goldfinch60

            May there be more for your enjoyment of life. Thank you MD

          • orchidee

            Cooee, I forgot to fill up the syphon with water. Pssst! Do you hear that pesky whisky-waterer?!

          • WL Schuett

            Time is wonderful as is this poem

            • Goldfinch60

              Thank you WL, so kind.

            • Louis Gibbs

              So glad you find time to share your poetry, Goldie! Always enjoyable.

              • Goldfinch60

                Thank you Louis, my pleasure.

              • Santita

                I quiet like this, Goldie. Time is moments that are never-ending. I was intrigued by your thoughts of time/life, as I am still learning much about both myself. Thank you for sharing this, I appreciate it!

                • Goldfinch60

                  Thank you Santita, time is a never ending paradox.

                • FredPeyer

                  Goldfinch, I think the lines 'Time, that never-ending line of moments' must be one of the best descriptions of time I ever read. Great poem!

                  • Goldfinch60

                    Thank you Fred, much appreciated.

                  • myself and me

                    I got lost in your time, and forgot my time.

                    • Goldfinch60

                      Time is so easy to get lost in M and M. Thank you.

                    • Simple-Man87

                      I love "time is moments."

                      I really enjoyed this one. Thank you for sharing.

                      • Goldfinch60

                        Thank you SM much appreciated.

                      • dusk arising

                        If i only had time

                        to learn my five times table

                        a timely reminder

                        Once upon a time a gal called Rosemary (who couldn't spell) married time.....

                        nice writing sir

                        • Goldfinch60

                          Thanks DA, much appreciated.

                        • Seek

                          What a write! Glad I found time to read it; thoroughly enjoyed yours. A refreshing perspective on time. And the coincidence did not escape me. Only yesterday I uploaded my own poem on time with a different take "Friendly Tyrant". You may wish to compare notes.

                          • Goldfinch60

                            Thank you Seek, time is a paradox.

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