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TITLE: Landmarks of Time. March 24 , 2014
By Margo McKenzie
03/24/14
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I submitted this for a Weekly Challenge. The topic was end times. What did I do well? How could this poem be improved? I have been stuck on the intermediate level for over a year.
An alarm clock.

Finals.

Promotions.
Graduations.

The boxer's bell.
The buzz of a the b- baller's time clock.
Strike three.
Match point.

Friday.
New Year's Eve.
Dear John  letters.

A setting sun.

Landmarks of time.  Something is over. Time is up:

Sleep,

a  course, a grade, a position,
a round, an inning, the game, the match, 
the week, the  year,
the relationship.

When we celebrate and assess, 
How well we learned, played, fought, worked, lived, and loved.

We get a lot of practice  with end times during the dash between the two dates of our lives.

Time when the verbs of our life
Determine the adverbs
How well did we spend our time? 

"Lord, teach us to number our days so that we can present to you a heart of wisdom." (Psalms 90:12)
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