26 Apr 2005

Time is not something to catch, nor is it something to be waited for.

Time is loftier than a dream, yet less forgiving than concrete.

Time is often forgot by imagination, yet it reaches there, too.

Time is now only here — Einstein understood — elsewhere, it is then.

Time is an illusion if we try and comprehend it, real if forgotten.

Time is never coming again the same way that it flew off.

Time is never in the right quantity: always too much or too little.

posted by John H. Doe @ 12:01 am

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