So much time is wrapped up

in the present

that scarcely must there be

time for anything else


which makes the present foremost

in time

likely the very meaning of

time, itself;


with time unwrapped through

this meaning

and the present thus

the in-between


the unwrapping, in its over time difference,

makes time timely

distinguishes times and so over all

shows time happening;


but the difference of

a present in one wrapping

and not another, cannot but itself

be wrapped up in time, too


all these difference of time, timely,

to be unwrapped, must be so in the in

between; sharing no time

outside of time


to present perhaps that: time

is actually wrapped up

in something both greater than

and yet temporally limited to






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