Echoes

Lee's Summit JournalMarch 7, 2014 

daylight

saving

time

in the nick

of time

its about

time

wasting

time

only

a matter

of time

its been

a long

time

for

everything

there is

a time

time

out

stands

still

flies by

measure

time

manage

time

no time

to lose

time is

money

an arrow

a circle

entropy

in action

or the old

chicago

lyrics

querry

does

anybody

really

know

what

time

it is

standing

at a nursery

window

or by a

hospice bed

he realized

in little villages

people watched

each other

age

daily

in suburbs

shaped by

immigrants

from some

where

else

it is easy

to confuse

now

with

never

or forever

please

give me

a second

to check

my calendar

exclaim

now I look

on the outside

like I feel

on the inside

reply

oh honey

if that lasts

more

than four

hours

call your

doctor

h.

 

Hubert Neth, a United Methodist pastor, has been contributing to the Journal for more than 20 years.

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