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Haiku my Heart #47 ~ Time?

Twenty eleven
steadily ticking away
still the time is now!


Now is " beyond the constraint of linear time"
for it has no bounds, unbounded
what will be done with Now?

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anthonynorth said…
And now is always so important.
Lovely ~ now is what we have ~ Happy New Year ~ namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor)
Love this! I heard someone on NPR say this week that the past is history and the future is mystery. All we have is now. Happy new year.
rebecca said…
dear sue,
truly all we have is the great right now! how blessed am i to have you with me now and forever!
Carola Bartz said…
The time is always now, isn't it?

Have a happy 2012, Sue!
Cheryl said…
Clever haiku. Happy New Year!
Rosie said…
Hope 2012 is kinder to you and your DD, Sue! Just wanted to pop over and wish you a Happy New Year. =)
Noelle Renee said…
My dear Sue,
I love your haiku and the idea. Sorry I am late. A bit too much celebrating for a change! I found a lovely quotation from Goethe:

Nothing is worth more than this day. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I believe that is true, and so I will tell you how much your friendship means to me and how fortunate I feel to have connected with you here online, even though we are so many miles from one another. I am wishing you and your lovely family a very happy New Year and I bless all of you and wish you the greatest happiness and peace.
Love,
Noelle
zongrik said…
now is when we need hope the most

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