Time is nothing

Time is nothing                  GLA                        26/10/20

When I find you alone in the morning, I'll spread roses for you in the rain. When the squall of the dew begins falling, as the dawn rises over the plains.

The time is nothing between us, It has seen us together in vain, the years that passed us so slowly, they have left without loss, without gain.

When I look at the past on its journey, the time comes to reminisce.  I remember this, and how closely It came -such a shame- without even a kiss.

The time is nothing between us, it has seen that we sound just the same. The years have passed us so sadly, they have left us with no one to blame.

Ashamed to look back with sadness, the madness could be so unkind. The love we shared, then departed. Bewildered, defeated and blind.

The time which passed us so finally, can kindly leave us behind, a memory of what has never been, It would seem, can only be found in the rain.

The laughter on their faces have turned to circus clown's.  The pink and yellow roses,now are purple brown.  The dew has filled the spaces with rivers deep in the ground. The factory chokes the flowers,and has burned their summer gowns.

Roses suffer winter frost and the cold chill lays them bare, but the fragrance of their scented blooms still fills the summer air.

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Aviva Rifka Bhandari

Thu 3rd Dec 2020 10:24

This is very poignant.

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