This may be a pretty unusual sentence, but I am curious to get some feedback on how it should be constructed, to improve clarity. The sentence is:
And, time, it never did me the favor of fully folding back in on itself to meet me.
Should the word "time" be offset from the sentence by two commas, like it is? Would this be considered a direct address? I don't think it is an appositive. I don't think no commas on either side is correct, and I'm pretty sure only one comma and either side wouldn't work either. Appreciate the feedback
Note : I'm aware that, for clarity's sake, it could be rewritten as "Time never did me the favor...", but this is a stylistic preference