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TIME—III

I would not have asserted it until,
Discerning imperceptibly a moment,
For a tiny fragment of a fleeting moment,
I saw myself that Time was standing still.

Was there a nexus( in my mind) between,
The being of effect without any cause,
The two some of the seen and unseen,
I can not say with certainly because.

The being of effect without the cause,
It was perhaps vision of my mind,
Which it had snatched from palsied claws,
Of what should come from what was left behind.

It should not have been so and yet it was,
Appearance of effect without any cause

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