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Traveler's Time Cavern
by Georg E Mateos

Sunday, June 08, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The Traveleer continues his journey despite the little angel child warning that nothing is there, where the Traveler was head for, yet...





Entering the cavern to escape from the rain
the traveler that it wasn’t empty he found,
resting against the back wall, in the shadows,
he saw the wrinkled face of a very old man,
wearing myopic eyeglasses by the shadows,
meditating in silence, a ghost from the past,
“Sorry” the traveler said “running from rain
I didn’t think that this cave was occupied…”
but the traveler got no answer to his apology
just an angry rumble of a thunder from outside.

With a shrug of his shoulders he disengaged
the weigh of his possessions in the backpack,
taking in a philosophical stride the silence given
didn’t look back in the direction of the old man,
just concentrating on counting the falling drops,
little messengers sent down from the gray skies,
to flowers that couldn’t shed anymore any tears
because they were all had became so very dry,
counting drop after drop he thought, how many
you need to quench the thirst of a dead man?

“Not many” the traveler heard the old man voice,
as reading is thoughts he was talking to him like,
“Dead men don’t need no rain, so stop counting,
there are more drops than sorrows in your entire life”
Turning, the traveler accustomed now to shadows,
saw more clear the figure standing in front his eyes,
white long hair and beard, extremely older he was,
“you read my thoughts?” the traveler needed to ask,
“yes, drifter traveler” he answered, “reading other
people’s thoughts keeps me trying to read mine’s”

The rain had stopped and the few drops left were
mimicking a grandfather’s clock pendulum chime
as one by one, painfully slowly apart, were falling
to mark the end of yet another angry storm’s life.
“How can you explain knowing of my name?” the
traveler said, “we never had seen each other, a sign?”
“Oh, there my friend you are wrong, we have been
always two inseparable together, days and nights,
again and again you said my name, don’t remember?
how can you have forgotten that my name is Time?”




 

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Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 5/16/2009
Dear Georg,
I always said what no one understands. Since our birth, we have inherited one great asset and friend: Time. Rare are those who understand, and no one knows how old our friend is. Many think that because we are alive today, time is forever. But sooner or later, everyone realizes what Time is. I thank you very much for letting me share your deep thoughts. Love, Emile
Reviewed by Cryssa C 6/11/2008
Great write...
Cryssa
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 6/10/2008
Awesome reading my friend, love Holly
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 6/10/2008
Excellent writing dear man,you always make me smile...thank you...have a wonderful and safe day...Hugss
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 6/9/2008
The traveler journeys on through time, relentlessly and sometimes unforgiving metting many along his path, beautifully engaging tale.....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Morning Star 6/9/2008
Woooow I love this one
I cant wait for the next one
your words captured such unique imagery
and flow I have the ghost from the past
Vision stock in my mind!
I used to own a grandfathers clock
LOVE IT!!!
Peace Love and Light.....and hugesss too...Morning Star
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 6/9/2008
Ah! You are awesome, keep these coming, you wise one! I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE IT...
Reviewed by John Leko 6/9/2008
...to capture time as you have in this well woven tale...gives the reader the enjoyment of your excellent writing Georg.
John
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/9/2008
Exceptionally conceived, with the unique stamp of Edvard the great!
Enjoyed ...
Reviewed by William Bonilla 6/8/2008
Loved it Brother from the beginning tothe very it it was
A fantastic write
and most enjoyable reading
Peace brother

William
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/8/2008
Hooked from beginning to end - you do know how to tell the tale - still lingering on my mind - well done, Georg.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 6/8/2008
So very cleverly written, Georg. I wasn't expecting dear ol' father Time...you wove this tale so very well, and wrapped up the ending expertly! Kudos!!
Blessings and Love ~~ Micke
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 6/8/2008
A captivating write my friend, suspense indeed! Time...hmmm. Time doesn't wait on anyone, we must make the most of every day, living it to it's fullest, enjoying, and staying in the center of His will for peace and happiness! A wise and inspiring write, clever my friend, clever!
Blessings,
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/8/2008
Striking story that springs suspense with each line. Well done my friend.

Fee
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/8/2008
Time is all we have in this world to get through. Days come and go so fast, fast paced is life, too much so, but we are still struggling on as if it is the last day for the rest of our lives.
Reviewed by H Cruz 6/8/2008
G-man, Your becoming quite the story teller. Time for me is like the hour-glass; always slipping away, as it is for the human race!
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 6/8/2008
mystery, magic, mood... an exquisite write, georg.
peace,
carolyn
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/8/2008
Hey bro', mom always said you could not tell time very well so when the big hand is on the...well you must have gotten better so you know the rest...right? ;) Ed/JD (and Rufuz)
Reviewed by George Carroll 6/8/2008
A timeless write.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/8/2008
The Traveler meets Father Time - a most thought provoking piece, brother. Keep on Trekking.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 6/8/2008
Wow, Georg~ You blew me away with this one; spectacular write! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :D *clapping*
Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines 6/8/2008
Cool punch-line, Georg! I can tell you had a good "time" with this one.

I wonder -- if Father Time swallowed a clock, would it continue ticking?

Ted
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 6/8/2008
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL POEM, I JUST LOVE YOUR WORDS!!!!!!!!!! '...On counting the falling drops, little messangers sent down from the gray skies'....'Dead men don't need no rain'....'How can you have forgotten that my name is Time?''-------------MOST TALENTED, GOLDEN WORDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva



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