Thirty Seconds to Twelve


The clock stopped

But time did not

Shall we then

Wander about

Taking advantage

Of such non-committal luck

Or will continuum

Become damaged

By the sport

The sun rise and set

May just be the only

Time keeper we need

The clock breaks down time

Wasting it away

In shackles lying in decay

Controlling life

Morning noon and night

Time should be relative

Moving at its own pace

Unchecked by the chains

Of humanity

For they bring age

To the ageless

Binding conformity

Caging time and space

A continuum not meant to be

Revolt electromagnetic pulse

Off the grid unwinding springs

Its thirty seconds to twelve

The clock stopped

And time ran free



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