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Infinite Moments
by E T Waldron
Friday, May 16, 2008
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I see a cascade of moments
tumbling over one another
in a hurry to join the stream
that will merge with the river
that flows out to the sea, the
moments are in a race to become
minutes,and by the time they get
to the sea they'll become hours,
days,months, years, in what we
call time which has no beginning
or end

Yet one sees the dichotomy,
a moment has to die to become
a minute, doesn't it? Or does it?
If I snap my finger, which takes
only a moment, the action is
over, gone in the moment, but
does the moment that becomes
the minute, etc live on?

If so, does the snap of my finger
live on in some unseen moment
of time, does then all that we are,
or all we have ever done, live on
forever in the continuum of time,
which makes one wonder, should
we pay more attention to the
moments we have in life, for we
may one day, meet up with them,
and will we greet them with regret
or with fond remembrance~


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Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis 5/20/2008
I love your way of conceptualizing your innermost ponderings, and what wonderfully profound and insightful ponderings they are...
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 5/20/2008
Time is like the water flowing nonstop. Thank you for sharing another great write Eileen.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Cryssa C 5/19/2008
One thought leading to another...and coming round again...
deep thinking!

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/18/2008
Seneca said, "Time is like a river." Deep thought here, trying to get at the essence of time and what it means to us. Love the introspection.

Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 5/17/2008
Boy did you say a mouthful there, yes all is in the moment, linear time is a perception of ours with which we measure all we do, but we live in a soup of the all together. all the time, there we go again,
Bless You, and Hugs! Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader) 5/17/2008
I'm so glad to read your post, Eileen ... You've been missed! You've given me thoughts to ponder in this wonderfully penned poem ... hugs
Reviewed by John Leko 5/16/2008 much to think about here Eileen...and how well you shed light on time...moments of importance...endless possiblities.
wishing you well always...
Reviewed by H Cruz 5/16/2008
I tried to live in the eternal now but got to far behind! ;)
Reviewed by Jon Willey 5/16/2008
A very thought provoking poem Eileen. There is always a great deal of realitivity in a rhetorical question such as you have proposed here. I will continue to ponder at least some of the endless possibilities of "does time live on". Even though I know time exists only in the minds of men. And not as an entity unto itself. I hope your are taking very good care of your eyes. Thanks for this beautifully written, well thought out poem. May peace be always with you. JMW
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 5/16/2008

Wonderful composition... "Infinite Moments" painted with wise colors lighted with sublimity.

In admiration,

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 5/16/2008
Eileen, this write causes this writer to stop and really give this some thoughts. I've often thought about the words that are spoken cascading over mountains, through the seas, remaining in the atmosphere to stay there forever. This causes one to have great imaginations of our life in general and do our actions live forever? There's profound excellence in this writing and I enjoyed it much.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 5/16/2008
Tis good to see you writing & to some degree reading...take care of those eyes...Rufuz & ed
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 5/16/2008
Gorgeous! Love Holly
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 5/16/2008
So good to have you back with us, E.T.! Missed you bunches, and missed your phylosophical words.
"...does the snap of my finger..." It remains forever within us; the echo of rememberances, I think. Deep, inticing thoughts in your words, friend; they encourage our images of life. Be well and healing.
Blessings and Love ~~ Micke
Reviewed by Morning Star 5/16/2008
Eileen this are beautiful words of wisdom
I think yes we should pay more attention
life is filled with many moments
some good some not so good!
Brilliant words of wisdom!!
Peace Love and Hugessss....Morning star
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/16/2008
Nice one, Eileen. Life is a cascade of moments. And what we do with them is most important. Thanks for a boost this morning.

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/16/2008
You have triggered my imagination and I am on a high of thought; thank you. I wish you a wonderful day. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Lavendar Jazz 5/16/2008
This is very deep and thought evoking... you have a wonderful gift of philosophy and poetry. I enjoyed this moment.
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/16/2008
A metaphor of life and how fleeting it is.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 5/16/2008
I wish I could find the moment to write something again..
Always wisdom from your lovely pen Eileen
with love,
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/16/2008

Powerfully penned excellence - glad to see you posting. You've been missed, and are in my prayers -

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Bonnie May 5/16/2008
Holy Cow, I must take this moment to tell you what a wonderful thought provoking poem. This poem and moment will last forever, I am sure. Love this, Bonnie
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 5/16/2008
At this moment I commend you for a very thought provoking poem. Very intense for this morning, but very much needed..
Peace, love, and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/16/2008
Powerfully profound piece, Eileen; very nice! BRAVA!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D

Nice to see you back!
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/16/2008
pretty deep stuff!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/16/2008
Quite profound - reminds me of The Butterfly Effect. And nice to see you posting, Tiger Lily.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 5/16/2008
Is this is a piece of deją-vu? I have posted a review that when to literary limbo? again? (my name isn't here!)
Well ET, your words are cascading all over my thoughts.

Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 5/16/2008
this is a profound piece, Eileen!
Reviewed by Paul Berube 5/16/2008

We must account for each moment. A Beautiful and profound write my friend. Peace, Love and Blessings Always, Paul.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 5/16/2008
Eileen, this is so lovely and so profound...and ther last two lines leave the reader with much to ponder.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 5/16/2008
I thought moments make hours. All that we do will be judged by God our maker. So I guess we have a lot to own up to. We should therefore pay more attention to the moments we have in life, and try to have no regrets, but ask for forgiveness when we stay, and meet up with fond remembrances of our loved ones. **********
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