Poems About: CHANGE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
It’s a change in tune,
A transformation in time and space,
An indestructible tone,
But it’s a new place, read more »nikki irvine
Said the sun to the moon,
You cannot stay. read more »Kathleen Jessie Raine
231.The Good Old Days
The world has changed in many ways
Keyboards instead of pencils
Yet I remember the “Good Old Days”
When we still drew with stencils read more »Stanley Cooper
It is time to change,
It is time to change from your old habits for the better;
Change is necessary in life!
And your body grows daily as a sign of it. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
233.Everything Has Changed
Everything has changed
when I decided to walk this
lonely road to my future read more »Dark Gurly
234.... WiND oF CHaNGe...
Wind Of Change made me a call
To better my life, my inner, my all
To revive my Heart, my Mind, my Soul read more »Glamorous Enigma
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
They said I’d never rise to much
Man thought it from the start
Until I felt the Spirit’s touch
When Jesus claimed my heart read more »Michael P. Johnson
237.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
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
239.Change, The Inevitable.
Change is to one man the death of a friend,
To another the birth of a child.
Change is the shifting of soft winds of spring,
to a hurricane deadly and wild. read more »Jake Harris
240.As Bob Dylan Said
The times are a changing as Bob dylan said
And expect more changes in the days ahead
Though at the tip of the iceberg as change goes one might say
Major changes in our environment from us not far away read more »Francis Duggan