lovita j r morang

Rookie (16th july 1976 / arunachal pradesh.assam, india)

. we need no change

we need no change
We cannot change the society
We cannot change the world
For whatever everything was born with own beauty


because we have ALEADY
changed the unchanged
chained the unchained

if changed… will be chained
if unchanged… will be unchained

we want to see the caged birds fly NOW
when it was ALEADY FLYING

change made everything hostile
for this earth was ALREADY rich and fertile

We shall see these un.changed events evolving through these beauties
Let Every thing be unchanged but UNCHAINED

For we don’t want ourself to change but unchained

Not to be confused here again

We need no revolution
We need is evolution-[natural selection]

We need no solution
We need is a RESOLUTION

YES WE NEED TO CHANGE THE MIND SET[means setting the mind RIGHT]

For nothing need change is the global WAR. NING

Think of NOTHING now
Human lullabies
You need sometime to sleep
Do not think of changing sleep

For we NEED to WALK and WAKE UP tommorrow

Submitted: Tuesday, January 05, 2010

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