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Thursday, October 21, 2010

no. 046 [it's just a matter of time...]

"A Matter Of Time" by Mike Posner

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"The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once." -Albert Einstein

Time is tricky. When is it too much? When is it too little? Why can time be so loosely defined by individuals, yet be so black and white? I've been thinking a lot about time over the past few weeks (as if you couldn't tell). I'm not really sure why it is that I'm fascinated with it. Maybe it's the idea of time being circular, as in it repeats itself, both in the numerical sense, and so much more, and I have found myself at the rounded tip once again. Maybe it's the idea of change, progress, or second chances that has my wheels turning. Whatever it is...

IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME...

When it comes down to it everything is about time. Time to prepare, time to grow, time to adapt, time to change, time to learn, time to accomplish, time to waste, time to try again, or my favorite, that the truth will be revealed in time. True intentions, agendas, personalities, character, will all be divulged in time.



THE HARDER YOU TRY
THE MORE WE CAN SEE THE REAL YOU,
THE REAL, REAL YOU...

Whether that is good or bad is yet to be seen. It's just a matter of time, for only time will tell. But one can be hopeful, right? But how much time do you sit on the sidelines, being hopeful? When is the time right? When is it right to make your move, to try again, to say something, to quit wasting time? TICK...TOCK...TICK...TOCK...time just passes me by...correction...time just passes us by.

Time can be your ally as much as it can be your enemy. You just have to know how to use it. It's said that time heals all wounds, yet why does this hurt so much? I think I should be healed by now. Hasn't enough time passed for me to have healed, to have mustered up enough courage to take that chance? But what's stopping me? Maybe it's just not the right time, maybe not enough time has passed by, maybe too much time has passed by...or maybe it's someone else. The only thing that is certain is that by sitting here, thinking about it, contemplating it, writing about it, that time just keeps on ticking, ticking, ticking, and that opportunity is slipping, slipping, slipping away...

IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME
BEFORE THIS ALL COMES CRASHING DOWN

Will the walls be brought down with good intentions? Will what's in her heart finally be revealed? Will this all be worth it? Or will everything just slowly tick away? I guess once again only time will tell. But I have to hold on to hope, build that courage, and dive in, because...

IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME...
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1 comment:

  1. I have a feeling that this writing has a lot more to do with a certain someone than it does about time.

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