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It took fifteen years to construct a man:          working day and night
To make time to overcome
The difficulties of functioning
On his own.
The prize? Tomorrow.

 

Somewhere in the past, he completely changed
And never told anyone.

 
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The words and phrases in this poem were taken from Chapter 10 of Time Riders by Alex Scarrow.
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Stages of Grief

Gwenllian Rees

It began with a hole.

 

It took fifteen years to construct a man:          working day and night
To make time to overcome
The difficulties of functioning
On his own.
The prize? Tomorrow.

 

Somewhere in the past, he completely changed
And never told anyone.