Lawrence CH Hiun

Change in Me

Why I need change?
for better or for the worst?
Any choices to change or not?

I need change when
There is an opportunity to grow and mature
Things being done the wrong way

Dealing with a world of change
I rediscover change
Change is the law of life

Those who look only
to the past or the present
Are certain to miss the future

I may change anything I want or don't want
But I can't change everything I want

My dilemma is
I hate change and
love it at the same time

Best of all
What I want is
For things to remain the same
but get better.

I need strong courage to change,
To master change;
Be the master of change.

Always I want change,
To get where I want to be,
Be the change I want to have.

Submitted: Saturday, July 21, 2012

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The poem is about the change I wish to make. I wondered if we get older can we make any drastic changes in life. I hope and I shall make the change I want in life so that to make myself and others feel good and better.

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  • Rookie - 138 Points Spiritual Seeker (7/22/2012 5:37:00 AM)

    The rivers change, the shore change, seasons change too...if for the better, why not? V good write! A 10. (Report) Reply

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