Fractures in Time

When
is a second not a second;
a minute not a minute.
Do you need minutes,
to have seconds?

Seconds;
first love,
a day at the beach,
summer.

Minutes;
divorce,
a day of rain,
winter.

Your last breath,
an hour.

 

About the Poet:  Michelle Gregory works in the banking industry and lives in Hong Kong. She is Canadian and enjoys spending time outdoors with her two dogs. She is a member of the Womens Fiction Writers Association and is currently working on her first novel.

 

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