What if we could see no time?
Days would start with a sunrise and end with a sunset
Our minds would be tied to a small mindset.
A sense of attitudes well established in head
No hurry, no punctuality too… no competition of going ahead.
No clock, no watch, no hourglass to see
The time from dawn to morning and morning to tea.
We wouldn’t be dependent on any alarm
A morning would add more glory with it’s bright charm.
Days to months and months to years
We’d keep living without fears.
We’d count no time, we’d live more free
We’re counting now, more burden we carry.
We’d plan no meet, no get-together, reunion
Because time could never separate us, it couldn’t ruin.
We’d meet more often then, talk all the more
Because time wouldn’t be running out anymore.
Wouldn’t it be better if we could see no time?
Consequences would still be there, but think about this onetime.