la palabra que crece con los otros...
Wonderful! We only waste time by changing the time.
a beautiful poem Sandra! :)good take on the prompt!ps: if u want the questions, u can take them.. i have left the tag open, so any of my readers can do it if they wish :)
I hate this time change, but there are times when I can get a little more daylight, then I enjoy it.You did well with the prompt!Join the fun at Acrostic Only!
True. So what wisdom is there in keeping time, again? I enjoyed this.
nice distinction between the rhythms of humans and the rhythms of other species.
Sometimes we are pointlessly attached to time. Great words.
This was so powerfully said! I really loved this.
Hi Sandra;a different take on the prompt!Nice one!
two comparisons - two opposites- humans clings too much to time and ants building time, certainly makes me wonder
It's so true, what ants can do, and all of it without a clock to regulate their work! I agree with Anthony North!
You hit it off. Liked this a lot!deathly adventureAlso don't forget to post any of your creative works at Monday Poetry Train Revisited!
It is true that only humans allow time to shift them around.
Very good, you. I am liking your words, muchly.
Well done! I love the way you juxtaposed humans and ants in this shift.
sandra wow!! i loved it!!!great use of the prompt
This is wonderful. Your use of words and images vibrate within the mind.love,Melanie
.. their handsshift the time .. thousands of antsin a tímeless rustlewithout a clockwonderful images - creating a sense of how time has chained mankind ..but how the ant lives free ..beautiful ..
Sandra, many levels to your poem. Us, as we toil through our daily/weekly lives. Us, as we look back to what was and what was lost. Us, as we look forward to our hopes for our personal and our family's futures. Your reference to ants takes us to the rest of life on this earth. Lives that can't grasp any concept of Time, let alone be able to understand the fingers on a clock. The Time they work and live by, is the eternal turning of this Earth. And then, you are asking by implication, if we are better than those who cannot follow a clock. I feel that the answer must be that they have a much better grasp of the Earth than we do. Man believes that the Earth is to play with and rule. What a fool mankind is!
Hola John.....thanks for those ideas that enrich this poem...:)
Beautiful words!Have a great day!Cyrus
Yes -- we presume to manage time but lose sight of what is essential.
Yes, Sandy, it is all in our minds isn't it. Mass uniformity at its best! Good thoughts, great penning those thoughts...
the static illusions we have cultivated! I loved the contrast of "timeless rustle"beautiful!
lovely thoughts on time ~
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