Poems About: CHANGE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Change is scary, change is exciting.
It is repulsive and it's inviting.
Change is something made by you and yourself.
Change is the one thing thats not made by everyone else. read more »Jade Blaydes
242.Watching My Feet…
Keep changing my clothes in desperate attempt
to feel different, Seth says physical world changes
constantly, the only thing I see changing is layer
of dust covering my figurines, encircled by blue read more »Margaret Alice Second
243.Santa Knows My Name
Santa knows my name, but I've changed my address
I sure do hope he tracks me down, and rewards me with a gift
Santa please stop here, I've been good all year read more »Colin Coplin
244.Changed? No, Never!
Changed? Nay, I'll ne'er confess that I have changed.
My heart still loves you, in its old fond way,
The only change that in my breast finds room, read more »Robert C O Benjamin
we don’t know where it is located
whether I is in the brain
only exist in the human mind read more »Champs Ulysses Cabinatan
Don' change your mind, baby I promise everything will be alright
Don't change your mind and everything will be fine,
Loving me is right. How long can I wait for you? read more »Sita Cabrera
In these enchanted blank spaces
I write about the world
and all its wonderful glory
how it has flown beyond my every imaginations read more »Edi Miszti
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, read more »Mmm Davis
249.I Need To Change
</>Tabo, you need to change!
You need to change!
Why have you been going round
this way? read more »Tea Kawana
The ending defines a moment of change
Loved ones left wondering whose to blame
Sitting in a chair with a solemn face
Without tears is a lonely place read more »Natasha McGee
251.One Cannot Change The World
One cannot change the World so why even bother to try
Since the fundamentalists out there do their best to deny
Others of their beliefs those who to them think differently
Extremists of any sort seem dangerous to me. read more »Francis Duggan
Why happen to us?
Why make a fuss? read more »Jodie Louise Pollock