Count Dracula


Change - Poem by Count Dracula

Like the wings of a butterfly,
beauty exists so pure.
Yet, like the wings of a butterfly,
it is carried away by the storm.

Please show me some consistency,
all the rises must soon fall.
Please show me some consistency,
all that lives will not live for long.

Where is there a light
that never fails to die?
Where is there a tide
that does not receed at times?

There is no such thing
as things being the same.
What happened in the past
will all soon give way.

All the happy times we had,
have vanished from reality.
All the loving words we shared,
were spoken all in vain.

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Comments about Change by Count Dracula

  • (6/22/2011 6:04:00 AM)

    I dont like to admit it but you are right and I am a firm believer that
    'There is no such thing
    as things being the same.
    What happened in the past
    will all soon give way
    All the happy times we had,
    have vanished from reality.'

    an important lesson in life.
    but for the Count - a lesson in death!
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 14, 2011


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