cronechronicler

You don't know where you are going. You don't know how to get there. And you arrive just the same. Ghanaian saying

The Permanence of Now

on July 28, 2016

While I ambled along with my shopping cart
A car pulled up beside me.
A voice asked for my ID
Because I walked too speedily.

It was a joke. I know the man.
A mainstay in my travel plans
He provides me rides to catch my planes.
He gave sad news. He’ll soon retire and move out to LA.

I moved here four short years ago
Already my future is rearranged.
If I should choose to dwell in “now”
I’ll freely live in daily change.


3 responses to “The Permanence of Now

  1. Things do change don’t they and it is often difficult. I hope things work out for you xxx

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