Treasure Island

Leah Harlow

(8/2/1993 / Charleston, SC)

Change


Change is the cold wind in the heat
The silence that cant be beat
Change is confusing and fierce
And is brought about by tears
Change can find you anytime
But it wont overcome me this time
Change is anything but the same
I will not take it in vain
Change is what pushes you down
It takes life without a sound
Change is what hurts the heart
But will end this seamless part
Change cuts the comfort of normalcy
It’s the truth in secrecy
Change is what sets us apart tonight
So we will never again fight
Change struggles to take us away
To where the world wants to convey
Change is what will teach us to trust
So we will no longer lust.

Take a chance, embrace the change.

Submitted: Friday, May 01, 2009

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