April Humason

Rookie - 120 Points (Fort Worth, Texas)

Changing


Futures or looking to the past.
Lightness begins to darken.
Kids are turning into grown-ups.
Friends turned enemies.
Good people are being bad.
Workers are becoming unemployed.
Energy has turned to laziness.
Money is becoming debt.
Freedom turn into slavery.
Life turned to death.
Body's or changing into souls.
The end is the new beginning.
Making our past a brighter future.
Changing darkness into light.
Grown-ups becoming more kid like.
Enemies becoming friends.
Bad people doing good.
Unemployed becoming employed.
Laziness turns into motivation.
Debt turns into cash flow.
Slaves turn to freedom.
Death becomes new life.
Souls reunite with there body's.
Beginnings are not the end.

Submitted: Friday, March 07, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Topic of this poem: change


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