Mmm Davis


Change


Sorrow enhances and pain dissipates,
Puzzles like pixated pixels, fixate,
Longing howls entwining with a maze,
It's only the wind they mutter and hiss,

Not one in there life time,
Not one in there day,
Stay in for supper when the day is at bay,
Night rolls and thunders like a thundering whip,

Change is something that you can't see in trays,
Changing and changing they want it to stop,
Seen too many and it's still going on a march,
Bullets and pistols they all want to miss,
But as they know some changes need to be made,
Songs of prayer and hopes and wishes,
Change is riding on two bullet missiles,

Leaves change and people change,
Life begins and life ends,
You experience happiness to no end,
But it’s sad to say nothing ever lasts
And so here comes another day.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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