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Time
by Jack R Roberts

Thursday, October 24, 2002

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The setting sun pulls another day over the horizon,
Another day that we will never again lay eyes on.
How we see this depends on how this day we stood,
Some are sad to see it go others glad itís gone for good.

Perhaps I think too much about the moments that are lost,
How I let them slip away regardless of the cost.
Time is like a river disappearing in thin air,
As it flows by you have one chance and then it isnít there.

As sand flows though an hourglass, our lives are passing by,
We stand and watch it flow away and never question why.
If I could make a special wish, and knew that it would be,
I would want to make the most of every opportunity.

Jack Roberts Ė October 24 2002


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Reviewed by Victor Jensen 11/8/2002
Yes , I agree, I read somewhere that as we grow older our regrets in life are more for the things we didn't do than for those we did do. - Vic
Reviewed by Tien Avielle (Reader) 11/1/2002
on my fridge - a poem, author unknown, about another day out of your life
"...don't regret the price you paid for it." Moments wasted, moments lost
but for the repercussions - this is a very thought provoking piece.

Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 10/28/2002
Cant catch it, cant hold on to it, can't make up for it. So just like you said, "make the most of every opportunity." Very inspirational piece
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 10/27/2002
Jack, beautiful thoughts here. Floria
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 10/27/2002
This was wonderful~
Makes one think`*
Reviewed by Dale Clark 10/27/2002
Time is precious even if we can't measure it. Perhaps we don't try and should! It might surprise us the differences that could be made. It makes us think-Great write!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/26/2002
Good wish and excellent write.
Reviewed by Smoke Martin (Reader) 10/26/2002
Time is but what one makes of it. You make well with yours my friend.
Good job
Smoke
Reviewed by Smoke Martin (Reader) 10/25/2002
A gentle sweet reminder of what's important
Reviewed by Ashley Mulas (Reader) 10/25/2002
Wow, that was really good. I haven't be that inspired in such a long time. Thanks for sharing that, it really touched me. *~Ashes~*
Reviewed by Janice (Jan) Jarnagin (Reader) 10/25/2002
A very good and inspiring write. This write is so true, but I never looked at my time that way. I need to change my way of seeing things, don't I? :-) Much enjoyed.
Many smiles,
Janice
Reviewed by Elizabeth Galvez 10/24/2002
gives us pause to think and embrace each day...thank you Jack
Reviewed by Donna Quesinberry 10/24/2002
In agreement with everyone great writer. The stanzas are excellent, a 10+.

D.
Reviewed by Betty Rickard 10/24/2002
Beautiful, and so very truthful..I really enjoyed this writing..Great write..Written so well.
Betty
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 10/24/2002
We cant recapture but we can make every single minute mean something.. then, looking back becomes most satistying.. this is a wonderful "wake-up" call for us all. Your poetry always brings me in touch with thoughts I intend to spend more time with.. Im so glad you're here. I love your gentle honesty. katy.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 10/24/2002
That's why we should be good to one another
Thouht provoking and well done
I couldn't get to your write yesterday
for some reason.....
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/24/2002
Beautifully said Jack...I feel it is passing too quickly to get a hold of, but we must try;-)
Reviewed by Patricia Boudreau (Reader) 10/24/2002
I like this... very much, especially the second stanza...time well "captured !!
Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan 10/24/2002
Oh Jack..I think this is my favourite of yours so far!! This is so very inspirational.. I also love the last two lines...
Jenni
Reviewed by Margie Hess 10/24/2002
like sands thru the hourglass...no that was a soap opera, sorry, great poem, i too rue the time past
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 10/24/2002
You captured "Time" so perfectly...
I've wished the same, as well...
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