Change Singes Inertia - Poem by John Sensele
Change rains, change strains
Change pains, change stains
A pesky proclivity denoting a metamorphosis
That claims a kiss or slams a thrombosis.
Change knocks knees, change soaks thoughts
Change rocks plans, change mocks noughts
On figures handwritten on a cheque
That begs for a peck.
Change denudes delusions, change exudes intuitions
Changes alludes to reactions, change colludes with actions
Meant for good, misshapen by bad mood
To yield a crude brood.
Change challenges inertia, change singes Russia
Change avenges pressure, change winges in Prussia
Leaving in its wake cleaner souls
Ready to gore barriers, ready to score winning goals.
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