Originally by L. M. Montgomery
"Of course, we have a Tomorrow on the map . . .
Located east of Today and west of Yesterday . . .
We have no end of "times" in fairyland.
Spring-time, long time, short time, new-moon time, good-night time, next time . . .
But no last time, because that is too sad a time for fairyland;
Old time, young time . . . because if there is an old time there ought to be a young time, too.
Mountain time . . . because that has such a fascinating sound; night-time and day-time.
But no bed-time or school-time; Christmas-time;
No only time, because that is also too sad . . .
But lost time, because it is so nice to find it;
Some time, good time, fast time, slow time, half-past kissing-time, going-home time,
And time Immemoral . . .which is one of the most beautiful phrases in the world.