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BEHOLD #123 – Chropom

Chropom is the Greek primordial Pom god of time. He is the personification of time. He holds a wheel inscribed with the twelve signs of the Zodipom. The essence of Chropom was placed into the recesses of the Earth and produced the first generation of Greek Pom gods. The lavender–colored symbol on his toga is the Greek symbol for Time. He is also known as Father Time. What would we do if there was no time? How would we measure the seasons going by, the harvest, our birthdays, history, or even when we are meeting our Pom friends for a cup of pomucino? Pom folklore says, “Time waits for no one.” Benjapom Franklin said “Time is money.” Poms have a love/hate relationship with time as evidenced by the following quotes – “Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you’ve lost it, you can never get it back.” – Harvpom Mackay. “No Pom goes before his time – unless his boss leaves early.” – Grouchpom Marx. And “Time is a great healer, but a poor beautician.” – Lucille Harpom.

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