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By icanchangetheworld on 01/03/2009
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TICK

TIME FLIES ..

Clock hands move

Seconds, minutes, and hours demise

Past present future

Where does it stand? time that is

Do we move?

Like a clock

Are you the fishermen who sit at the dock

As the waves sway to the legs

Do you sit patiently to wait

Have you yet cast your bait

TOCK

THE HANDS KNOW

The fishermen gray

Do days go by fast or slow?

Skin turns

But still you stay

Without yearn

You wait

Tides change

Moon rises, sun falls

Sand blows ashore to make castle walls

At this dock still

TICK

WHERE TIME LIES

Wood starts to splinter

Aging you will become wise

Here come

Summer fall and winter

Still fishermen wait

For you

My catch

Please come to me

I''ve been waiting with this bait

In this lonely endless sea

TOCK

WHERE IT MAY GO

I''ve been able to see the world

while here though

Tides have changed seasons have past

here you come at last

Back to me

What have you been doing?

In that lonely endless sea

Hmmmmm!!!!!

YOU''VE CHANGED

Not the same anymore

Maybe it is time to let you free

Back you go

To the VIEWTIFUL SEA



© By icanchangetheworld On 1/3/2009 9:34:12 AM
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