Standing still

Idle thoughts of wildflowers
Colors that bring smiles
Under sunny summer skies
And time stands still
In this space between wondering
And knowing
As the second hangs suspended
Like a dust mote floating
On invisible wind.
Paths taken forward
Through winding moments spent
Waiting for nothing
As this quantum minute
Exceeds space.
Singing a song that makes me happy
As the sun shadows move farther away
And the broken piece still stays
Motionless where so much packed in
To this endless hour
That never changes yet like an cup filled
And emptied
And refilled once more
With idle thoughts in colors
Of lavender and yellow
Pinks and hues of skies so blue
Irrelevant is the time that passed
In the eternal scheme
With hands that lay still
Marking nothing but a thought
Of here and now.

Driving to work today, passing some wildflowers growing by the side of the road I thought of time standing still and how time wouldn’t matter because like a broken watch, the moment is always there at the same time as it was when it stopped, yet we move on and in the big scheme of things, time at this moment is just not relevant.

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13 thoughts on “Standing still

  1. Thanks robin, I’ve been finding so much beauty lately in the simplicity of the natural and cosmic world….it seems to be lighting my inner spark for creative writing. 😊

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  2. Never enough and when there is we often fritter away…the moments that make up a dull day😊 yes my friend….still waking up, sad I missed the meteor shower….sigh, so unlike me.

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  3. Well that is perfect. Relaxation through reading is one of my new talents I guess😊 just don’t fall asleep on me my friend, haha…just joking😊 so glad I gave some ease to your day. Peace and blessings, K

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