Terrible Is Man’s Experience with TIME

By Edward Vcp

Time though abstract and unkind,
If lost, is hard for man to find.
Man, through his inventions, controls
Everything on earth except time’s patrols.

Time takes charge of velocity and force;
It instructs nature in its course;
Makes it to rain or not, and whether
Earthlings should have sunny or windy weather.

The life of all men, small and great,
Is dependent of time- It’s fate!
Making man grow old and weary with age,
Every man’s life, altered by it, stage by stage.

Though time, standing with weapons, so brave and great,
It cannot come anywhere near intellect.
Man’s only way to war against time is-
Employ his brain and make the most of it.


By Edward Vcp

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