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To feel love and euphoria if only for a fleeting moment. A snapshot of the eclipse to be remembered.

But wait.

What if there was no clock, ticking away the seconds? No time, just holding on to the madness in an immortal fashion.

And more.

Sunrise and sunset are dimples.

Adam and Eve are eating from the tree as the first man examines the rings of saturn.

But then again.

Hate would also last and so would your suffering.

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The following comments are for "No Time Line"
by greatsmile

greatsmile's No Time Line


I happened to read this while listening to the last track from Pink Floyd's The Division Bell- "High Hopes". I don't recommend this combination to others for more than occasional use.

This poem starts with a spark of hope, igniting the branch of despair upon which the speaker was sullenly perched. She soars, transcending time and space, into a momentary peace of acceptance.

Maybe she will accept flying headlong into the tree at the end, and be at peace with it, as well. We are left to wonder.

~ John

( Posted by: Flonigus [Member] On: March 27, 2006 )

II am challanged and wish to listen to The division Bell, right now!

Your interpretation is valid, and helped me understand my own words.

Thank you

( Posted by: greatsmile [Member] On: March 30, 2006 )

Thanks for stopping by. Glad you liked :)

( Posted by: greatsmile [Member] On: March 30, 2006 )

dear greatsmile,
it seems our poems are neighbors (see front page)...i think that that is very cool.



( Posted by: johnjohndoe [Member] On: April 1, 2006 )

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