Is it so very different from place to place? Do timezones stand for more than just a change in longitude? Are we a reflection of when the sun rises above us, are we more? Would I love him less if he saw the sun after me each day? What if he believes over love only revolves around time? Can I last without him after giving myself fully to our love?
I shouldn’t focus on this now. I need to focus on the moment. He will be off the plane at any moment. No return flight.
Tick- Tock- Tick- Tock
Kiss, Love, Breathe, Live
Heartbreak, Eternal, Ever After
3 thoughts on “Clocks”
Time zones are different..so that one of the two is in a relaxed mood and otheris busy.tick tock tick …someone put it on silent mode..time passes by but no one hears.just moments are gone..
My marriage started out as a long distance romance- for me- it was better that way- hindsight is 20/20.
If I knew then what I know now….frankly, I don’t know that I would have done it differently. FATE…..
This is a wonderful read!
Keeping time is a craft that goes back through all of human history. While today’s world view and technology is superior in insight, technique and accuracy, there is a wealth of amazing examples of ingenuity and craftsmanship that goes back at least 5000 years, and originating from all around the globe. Solar dials, the hour glass, pendulum clocks, spring-loaded devices, were used for a large number of applications for hundreds and thousands of years. Many articles on the Internet contribute to the understanding of this fascinating story as it unfolds into our present time. Here is one that more than scratches the surface: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_timekeeping_devices.