3 years ago1,000+ Views
death is never on time he's either to early or way to late our time is based off the broken hands of a clock slowly running on dust soon to be jolted to a stop and then revved like it in a race with the heart that's just about to be attacked
It seems like a lot of our community has some interesting thoughts about deaths coming and going: it's speed and why it does what it does @RoberStriker
3 years ago·Reply
I really like the potential play on words in the title: death's watch (observation) and death's watch (time)
3 years ago·Reply
@WordDoctor Great point! I might not have noticed that bit otherwise.
3 years ago·Reply