I set here alone in a lighted room
The sun has moved west, and the moon appears to the east
The mechanical time trackers tells you it is late
The room lights begin to replace the light with dark
Oh, do you rush yourself as the world turns dark around you
Not I, many will say, I celebrate the light as do I the dark
I know that someday the light will go out. . . .
Soon to bed as I await Monday’s arrival.
I set here alone in a lighted room.
I would like to take a few minutes to pass out that the AZ Senator John McCain has passed away. A military pilot, prisoner of war, and a United States Senator he served his country well and in good faith for the love of his country and countryman. My prayers are with the family and my country today. Cancer is nasty, I know because I had one a few years back.
For Senator McCain, may you RIP.
Who am I today, and for what I am
The who is not an issue, the what could be
Today I am me, the what I am man
What is the assonance of man
Is it definitive or evocative one might ask
Indecisiveness, unsure, or directive may also exemplify
By species man is neither female or male
So, who am I today, and for what I am.
A Sunday of August 26 a day for me to remember
Only a few more months till the month of December
We relate time by years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds
Why do we calendar time?, Why do we even care?
Somewhere in the world is the big calendar, tracking our every move
With so much cyber tracking your each move is noted, in many cases even visits to the bathrooms are recorded
Today is Sunday 8/26 as recorded