If there was truth to linear time,

I wouldn’t know you when we wake up tomorrow


The Sun would rise on seemingly its own agenda

the moon would come unexpectedly


The landscape of your skin would be new with every touch

and the sound of your voice different every time


If there was truth to linear time,

Perhaps it would be easier to rest in the now


Every second on the clock’s face would have a story to tell

but no one would return to listen


We’d leave them alone

blinded by the shine of the next moment’s pass


Photo: Janusz Leszczynski


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