Gina Whitacre

(Winchester, Virginia)

Welcome Change - Poem by Gina Whitacre

Change is inevitable,
But yet we fight it, just the same.

Change is essential to our evolution.

Change is going to happen,
In fact, it happens every day,
Maybe it is too small to see, or perhaps we would rather not see it.

We fight change, because we fight the unknown,
We fight the unknown, because we are scared,
Scared of change, scared of the unknown.

If we were to allow change to happen freely,
We might find solutions to the problems that exist around us,
But instead, we are hung - up on controlling everything around us.

Maybe this is the problem with the world today.
Everyone assumes control of everything and does not allow nature to run her course.

Maybe this is why, we have devastating fall out from Nature,
Natural catastrophic disasters, such as fire and flooding.

We fight change, therefore we are fighting nature and her natural being and her existence
in the world that she has created by God's hand and has graciously allowed us to be a
part of.

We should welcome change and allow nature to control our destiny.

Change is uncontrollable,
Change is inevitable,
Change is the unknown.

Nature takes pride in being one of life's illusive wonders, the unknown.

Topic(s) of this poem: change

Comments about Welcome Change by Gina Whitacre

  • (6/17/2018 5:09:00 AM)

    Wow i love it... (Report) Reply

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  • (12/2/2005 11:11:00 PM)

    DAMN COACH this is Friggin good! ! ! I didn't know you wrote poetry! ! ! ! Shit This Is Fu***** awsome. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 20, 2015

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