"Save daylight!" spoke the powers-that-be, and everyone supined, except for Arizona, see, which steadfastly declined. Hawaii, too, and certain parts of Indiana judged that darkness suited more their hearts, and from it neither budged. The light, meanwhile, remains unfazed, affected not by men, nor how they measure nights or days, or which hour should come when. For stronger hands than puny man's hold all time like a rock, and laugh to see us tweak the hands of every watch and clock, as if we somehow sovereignty possessed o'er life and time. So set your clock full knowing He is Lord. (Here ends this rhyme.) T.M. and Susie Moore make their home in the Champlain Valley of Vermont. He is Principal of The Fellowship of Ailbe, and the author of 8 books of poetry. He and Susie have collaborated on more than 30 books, which may be found, together with their many other writings and resources, including the daily teaching letter Scriptorium, at www.ailbe.org.