if i was born at a different time
lived in a different place
if i could experience a different dimension
found at the edge of space…
would i fall over?
or would i find myself back to here
and would now hold any meaning
if tomorrow was irrelevant
if yesterday never remained
i still wished i existed then
but i am here now
… where are you?
“There is no past or future
But only the present
Or not even that
Because without the past and future
It is meaningless to call it the present”
8 thoughts on “where are you?”
So sorry, Sonya, that previous comment above from was from me, Kunal. I don’t how it went from dad’s account! Although, I’m sure he would second what I have said.
Thoughts from both of you are graciously appreciated :)
Depends on whether you believe in parallel universes or not, and whether time is linear or cyclical. I’m still an apprentice, exploring these fascinating concepts… :)
Exploring is the best part!
Time is a continuum. Sometimes it becomes difficult to find the dividing lines between past, present and future.
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Interesting and meaningful to my poem plus the quote.
Thank you for sharing this.
All good wishes,
It does indeed, we need to listen.