1. Yes, Omo, each one of us have the exclusive right over it (over just anything) and determine how it should be. There are always consequences to each doing – slow or fast. One must be ready to face the consequences which might have some adverse effects. To do or not to do remains a question on how one wishes the outcomes to be.

    You’re good in Haiku-ing. Reading you makes makes my brain cells jumping here and there to digest as much and as close as possible the probable responses. But, as the first speaker, you know best, Omo!

    Love all your Haikus. Keep going! :):)

    P.S. I’d love the clock inside me ticking away in steady constant beats! :)

    1. Omo

      You said it well- BB! To digest brain cells- you can try jumping, too!

      Thank you- :)

      1. Yes, I’ve done it! You see my “makes” redoubled – it happened when I jumped! :)

        You’re welcome! :)

      2. Omo

        LOL! Juggling mind helps for sure- :)

  2. Time will seem to go much faster when we’re happy than when we’re NOT happy. Sometimes it goes forward (in future) and backward ( in past) too… :)

    Brilliant Haiku ! :)

    1. Omo

      Any intense make it slower or faster- :)

      Those having inner peace go round the clock- the rest try to catch up with the clock I guess-

      Thank you, Kitty!

  3. The clock within my mind is ruled by peace and a dove nests in it with a small olive tree twig in its beak….

    Until Elf starts to wound it, make it goes fast, then slow it and stop it totally to see if the machinery is in good order! He is obsessed by inner clocks because they show the end of time… Go figure!

    Good Haiku, Omo, you never fail!

    1. Omo

      Wah- A dove in mind on top of your mind tree- how cool is that! :)

      I adore your Elf- hope he wont mind knowing Time is just a tickles of intelligence awareness which we could vanish in neverland once our obsession having conflict in time!

      Woot, My man! :)

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