Tagore : Twelve o'clock
 
  Mom, I really don't want to do my homework now. I am studying all morning.
 
  You said that it is still only twelve o'clock. Assume that it will not be twelve o'clock later; can't you imagine that it is only twelve o'clock in the afternoon?
 
  I can easily imagine that the sun is now on the edge of the rice field, and the old-fashioned fisherman is picking thyme for her dinner.
 
  I closed my eyes and thought that the shadow under the Matar tree was darker and the water in the pond seemed black.
 
  If twelve o'clock can come in the dark, why can't the night come at twelve o'clock?