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Developing TIME...

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Published on Mar 28, 2012

No ingress between banks of snow and walk
A pond of slush curb deep is bottomless
for my sneaker's reach, and it's still sleeting
I'll wait for the bus in the street and hope
I am not killed by someone late themselves.

I listen to Melvyn Bragg* moderate
a podcast on my MP3- with buds
in my ears- about the physics of time.
A guest explains that time does not exist;
rather, it's an emergent property
that is developed by constituents'
interactions. And, I wondar if I
will cease to be in time as a driver
swerves into me on the sheer ice-glazed street-
Our interaction- The result will read:
"He wore earbuds when killed." There will not be
any mention of the hot latte clutched
in the driver's right hand- available
to steer- as the left cradles phone to ear.
My final thoughts will be: Constituents'
interactions make time! Ahh! Now I see.

* Melvyn Bragg hosts BBC radio 4 program (or programme in the UK) "In Our Time."

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