Time's Truths

Sugiura Asuna

Time may dry the tear-stains

But it doesn't heal all wounds

It passes as though a ship in the night

But follows as if haunting us

It is one thing all have

Yet the amount is inconsequential

In the end it is what we do with the time we have

So what have you done, what will you do and what are you doing?

Consider time wisely and use it accordingly

Take heed and the results will be worth it

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Comments1

  • HangingbyaHalo

    Great read.
    Consider time wisely and use it accordingly.
    Could you imagine knowing how much time you had? How differently people would live?
    We take it for granted as if all we have is time. Yet no one is promised tomorrow.
    This piece is thought provoking.



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