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Hey Time!


Your kind of poetry who is simply written but is deeply understood.

Hey time!
How are you today?
I just missed you lately
Can you stop by, anyway?

It had been so long
Since the last day we'd met
Is there something wrong?
Are there ideas I should get?

You seemed so busy this days
And don't even make a call
What can I do for that case?
You seemed to be so cold.

I hate you for not telling me
That you'll be gone in a while.
And how come you didn't see
That I was left in the aisle.

This world of centeredness
Where everybody seemed too blind
Bearing temporary happiness
That have taken over their minds.

Would it be the thing
I have to face everyday?
It was truly tiring
I want to change my way.

What can I do now?
I just want to rest my soul.
So please, will you allow
To take back what they stole.

Help me for this moment
To rekindle with myself.
And reach to that extent
Where everything is all well.

So now I'm reaching you out.
Please don't hide from me
My heart is giving you a shout
You're hearing it, maybe.

Be with me again
I just can't live without you.
Time I've realized since then.
I should have not left you.

© 2020 Faith Cruz


BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on March 21, 2020:

This happens. Then we wonder what went wrong.

I wish others would consider how the other one feels...it's not just about them.

Hope time treats you well in the future.

Grasp it when you can

Faith Cruz (author) from Bulacan, Philippines on March 09, 2020:

Yes Miss Lorna, there are times when we miss the chance to be joyful. Thank you so much that appreciated this piece.

Faith Cruz (author) from Bulacan, Philippines on March 09, 2020:

Thank you so much Sir, I do agree, time waits for no one.

OLUSEGUN from NIGERIA on March 08, 2020:

Our shout out to time, is important and needful, because it waits for none. Wonderful piece!

Lorna Lamon on March 08, 2020:

So true Faith it's about making time for the people who really matter in our lives. We do get swept up in the chaos of living and your poem is a reminder of what is real. Loved it.

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