Romeo Della Valle

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Wheel Of Changes Poem by Romeo Della Valle


I have noticed that
Through the passage of time
Once things have changed,
They will never be again
As its original form!

I do not expect more
From what you are now
And you should take me
As I come freely to you,
When time has twisted
All elements of nature
And we are no exception!

I am the architect
Of my own destiny!
Through hardship and sacrifice,
I learned my lesson well
And I overcame pain and fear,
Finding the strength in me
To reach my goal
Without any more tears!

I grew up in a timely manner
Clearing the path
From despair and agony
And concentrate on the essentials
That in a sunny day,
It will make a difference
In my once barren life
And this world constantly
Changing and elusive
Many times over!


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City of New York

Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: Life


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