Jody Azzouni

Poetry

Everything in its own time

Originally published in APA's Newsletter on Philosophy and Medicine 90:1, Spring 1992
Added 9/08/2019
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Everything in its own time

Poem | Jody's Notes

 

The soap bubble

like a newborn lung

holds its breath

before bursting.

 

So too

when the clock’s tick is at an end

when its hands, no longer trapped in time

wander like knives.