2007-05-27

1035. Here to There

Hour glass —
each grain awaits
its passing.

13 comments:

Masago said...

1035. Here to There

Hour glass -
each grain awaits
its passing.

Link with 1034: Sand.

[Slowly but surely every grain of sand awaits its turn to pass through the narrow passageway between the upper and lower chambers. Perhaps this is not unlike each of our own lives in this world.]

Dana-Maria Onica said...

Touché!
Indeed, every life has its own hour glass... slowly but surely, as you say.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts,Vaughn.

Borut said...

From sand box to hour glass - a logical transition!:)

floots said...

there's a thought indeed
thank you

John McDonald said...

excellent
john

gautami tripathy said...

I saw it as life ebbing away slowly...

polona said...

don't we all?
a question that immediately sprang to mind... well done!

Masago said...

Dana-Maria: Thank you!

Borut: :-)

Floots: Aye, there laddy. :-)

John: Thanks.

Gautami: Some days the view of that is clearer than other days, eh?

Polona: Yes, thanks.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

The sand is falling way too fast for me!

Pamela said...

I'm with J Andrew

I'm already starting to miss myself!

Masago said...

Andrew: Know the feeling.

Pamela: *Too funny!* Thanks.

get zapped said...

I love the simplicity of this, the details of time...

Masago said...

GZ: Thanks!