O is for O’Clock, after thoughtless night, six impossible things before breakfast. Round face for square whole remains expressionless. We know the deal in our heads. Omnivorous, ominous, overbearing, ordinary, okay the hours arrive, at a station as it were, and again depart. Shops are not fussed, meetings go ahead as planned, commuters resolved their attitudes long ago. Argument may flare over anything O goodness groceries anything at all! February again, 29 or 28 it makes no difference. P is for pause, it’s there in the dictionary, like prayer. Arguments are put out there, thought presenting past, opening a future.