Compasses & Ticking Clocks

 

This is my calendar:

stuffed to the brim until finals

and after:

summer class, lab, lecture, work

I wonder and worry

incessantly

about whether or not

I will get things done

whether or not

I will succeed

 

until I remember that

 

there is a time to work, a time to play,

a time to love and be loved,

a time to weep

and to rejoice

a time to live, and a time to die

 

a time to      [                           ]

to      [                          ]

and     [                       ]

 

I laugh at myself,

at my folly (a time to be folly-ful)

 

a time to      [                           ]

to       [                         ]

and     [                       ]

 

a time to

 

stop

 

and ponder

if where I am now

is exactly where

I’m supposed to be

 

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May your path be ever straight, may you always be guided by His light.


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