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Time The hand moves slowly but ever so consistently I watch intently waiting for that precious moment It is 309 anticipation flowing without end The second hand now at 54 55 56 57 58 59 It stops in mid-beat A crumpled ball of paper in mid-air flight to nowhere still Bodies and minds frozen in time Mine on a wandering pillage of confusion Sound turns to utter tranquility Wind melts Heat mutates to cold Light stops rays like spears striking everything and everyone The pitter-patter of fallen hearts happy joyous feelings hatred all become a slosh of nothingness I get up surprised I move towards the front of the class The spears break like glass before me shattered Confused I wave my hands like a madman in front of my teacher his face frozen in mid-lecture words spilling out in a frozen stream I realize the epoch clock has stopped Amazed I wonder aloud Wow what do I do now I walk towards the door in a surreal state of mind as this is not something your brain has to try and comprehend everyday I remember when I was little and talking to my friends about what we would do if time stopped I couldnt think and I couldnt remember worth a damn what I would do and at this point I dont care Im in shock Ive seen a great deal of sci-fi movies but nothing that could even remotely prepare me for this At first I think Hey maybe its a dream thatd suck So remembering those movies and books where people who were dreaming pinched themselves I give it a try And man did I ever Being in such a confused state I forget my strength and draw blood Two nicely shaped crescents of crimson begin to cry What an idiot The phrase barely passes through my mind as I suddenly jump up dance and yell Ahghh Shit shit Well that
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