It’s 6:15 in the morning, and my watch has stopped.
Actually, it’s 1:16 in the afternoon, and I don’t wear a watch.
I speak in short, staccato sentences, that sometimes are alliterative.
Sometimes, I repeat a word three or four times in quick succession.
Sometimes I don’t.
There is much to do.
There is always much to do.
There has been and always will be much to do.
Anyway, I must go now as there is much to do.
It is now 13:20 in the afternoon.
And, still, I do not wear a watch.