Time's Clock

Time's Clock

A Poem by RabbiRebik

A Sonnet about our Time Clock.

From the time of birth
Our clock starts ticking;
As we set out on our berth
We cannot avoid the numbered clicking.

What if we decided it was enough
And did away with time;
Would our bodies continue to be tough
Or would we be lost in the signs?

Imagine a world where we didn't age
And our experiences only kept us sane;
Would be go on to be history's greatest sage
Or would we fall to be mankind's bane?

Time keeps ticking through the seasons
Reminding us to make the most by reason.

© 2014 RabbiRebik

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Added on March 22, 2014
Last Updated on March 22, 2014
Tags: Time, Curiosity, Reason, Life



Valliant, OK

My name is Rabbi Tyler Rebik. I am 21, I've published 7 novels and a book of poems. I love to write and read as well. I am an ordained Reform Jewish Rabbi and I run a small congregation in Oklahoma. I.. more..

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