Tick Tock

Belonged to Bert Nash, my husband's grandfather. A Railroad Engineer's watch.

Belonged to Bert Nash, my husband’s grandfather. A Railroad Engineer’s watch.

Tick tock
Time’s almost up.

I’m young and I’m free,
So just let me be.

Tick tock,
Time quickly flees.

I’m just having fun.
I’m not hurting anyone.

Tick tock,
Time’s nearly done.

I’m doing fine.
I just need to unwind.

Tick tock,
Time won’t rewind.

I’m not doing wrong.
I just want to belong.

Tick tock,
Time’s almost gone.

I just like to play,
I’ll settle down one day.

Tick tock,
Time’s slipping away.

Don’t worry or fret,
I’ll follow Him yet.

Tick tock,
Time’s almost spent.

I’ve got things yet undone,
I’ll be ready when He comes.

Tick tock,
Time’s almost up.

Tick tock,
Tick tock,

Tick…tick…

Gone

Lightning

“Watch therefore, for you do not know what hour your Lord is coming.”
Matthew 24:42

Tick tock 

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