The time I met you was the most important time of my life.

The times we spent together were the best times of my life.

You know how they say time heals all wounds?

It was you they were talking about.

The time I lost our baby

You said another time would come

And then we lost the second one

And you said the time was not yet right

This last time I left, I knew I broke you in pieces

And I swear to you, I wish this time could be different

But you said God makes all things beautiful in His time

And that time – God knows it still hasn’t come

I wish I had time, to stay, to explain, to make you understand

But you know my problem with time.

It never waits.

It never comes at the right time.

It always runs out.

28 thoughts on “Time” by Rosie (@rosie)

  1. You should have stayed now rosie…..lol. Beautifulpiece.

    well done!!!

    1. thanks opeyemi!

  2. how sweet… it reminds me of the lyrics to one of my favourite songs: “Time here, all that means nothing just shadows and moon across the room…”.
    Lovely piece of craft u’ve got here Rosie, well done!!!

  3. Simple, sweet et sexy. With lotta emotions. Touché. Grandéur. Really love the poem. But like Annie said, ‘when you gotta go, you gotta go’. Hope you go back someday though. Very good poem.

  4. Thanks Jaywriter. I’m flattered.

  5. all i can say is, you got it done smartly and richly. at 17, with this,…you are aiming straight up @Rosie

    1. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  6. Rosie, this is beautiful.You tell a story and bring us into someone’s life,all in a very short time.Well done!

  7. Thanks a milli.

  8. ‘time never waits’
    beautiful piece you got here. keep it up!

    1. Thank you, Posh.

  9. when i grow up, i want to be like you…a fantastic writer!!! ;)

  10. Well, I guess I took out the TIME to read this, Rosie. At first, I thought you were re-emphasising Ecclesiates 3:1-8, but then I saw the little story behind this little poem. There’s a slight uniqueness here, though it still sounds ordinary to me. I guess we can’t do without a little romance, now can we, hm? :) Hmm, already someone is calling you (*whispers*) ‘a fantastic writer’. You can just re-glance this poem again if you want it to be TIMELESS. Em, do you have a garden, hm? If so, can I plant a ‘Rose’ there, Rosie dear? This is to show that you can and should and must build up on your ‘love for writing’, no matter the age you are. Keep reading and keep writing. You’re young… ;) I hope you also love to read as well, hm?

    @Kiah, “when i grow up…”??? Geez, you’re not ‘grown up’ yet, uh?? Problem dey, o! *JOKE*

  11. Yes, I love to read. Thanks for your comment, Emmanuella.

  12. @kiah, when you grow up, please be better than she is @rosie, if scopeman and emmanuella can say thumbs-up, you have done a nice job then.

  13. Smooth and silky, like a lover’s caress…just before she leaves U with an unfillable void…I’m not much of a poetry guy, but I gotta say, this is nice Rosie…real nice…I can hear the whispers in the breeze…

    1. Thanks. I’m glad u liked it.

  14. very captivating! you’re a good weaver…

  15. Sisterly,this is super-cool.Lets say am ur fan now!However watch ur use of contractions like ‘hasn’t’,its best written fully.Cheers

    1. Thanks for ur comment, Charles.

  16. I like..

  17. This is beautiful. I love this, Rosie. I really do.

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