‘TIME, TIME AND TIME, HOW TO COVER IT JUST WITH A RHYME.’ Represents the divine and invincible power of time. Time is so infinite that the poet believe that his rhyme wasn’t enough to describe its immortality and uncanny nature. The peculiar nature about which the poet has been talking is that ‘it waits for none’, it does not matter that whether you are a saint, an extremely wealthy or a semi-divine authority. The only thing it cares about is its utilization. There are plenty of consequences regarding the wastage of time, and the degree of destruction can be negligible as well as far devastating too. Time and hard work are not the absolute enemy, they can be bought together by mutual management and the poet has tried to call the ‘foe’ on the scientific basis of inverse proportionality between them. Which is simply that the harder you work to do something, the more time it takes but the fruit it proffers gives the most delightful taste. The concluding lines are a significance of the Greek term ‘Tartarus’, which was a magical dungeon, used to punish the titans and escaping which was nearly unimaginable and the only one who could have surpassed it was the titan god ‘Cronus’.