Posted by: nativeiowan | December 28, 2011

to live in deficit

To never be ahead. always behind. Behind time all the time. Never on time. Never enough time. Always out of time, or short of time.

To live in deficit.

To owe the kids “time”. To schedule “quality time”.  To promise “some time”. Liar, lair.

My time. Our time. Us time. His or her time. On time. In time. Down time. Up time.

Time, a commodity that we are all short of.

Or are we?

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