Life Changes

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  Has it really been fifteen years     since I first took little steps onto Marley. Her grey appearance that welcomes all while reflecting the fluorescent lights above.
I know some people see me as a successful human being, And thank you, but I just want you all to know that I just keep believing. My childhood was the same but also different,
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I was born in two halves: Red and Gold Our colors mixed in the wind of our laughter our tears our screams our shared stories Colors flew when we hurled words at each other like vocally loaded bullets 
Recently, I was lucky enough to experience a moment of epiphany that changed the way I viewed my life
This year was one That I wish I didn't have to endure Pelting on me like hail from An angry sky Problems entered my life Left and right But I can’t say that I haven’t learned
  Fear, something everything is born with It can’t be washed away or forgotten Whether it be a child’s fear of monsters in the dark
Does life change, Will I feel different, Are the colors still the same, And the world still go 'round.   Small changes come between each birthday,
I'm shell of a man I used to be No doubt unless you can see How the angels laugh at me Kneel down I feel so empty   How the hell you still standing On your feet, god damn laughing
  Things come and go, We sit and stare out the window. Thinking what we’ll miss, And would it be different if we hadn’t kiss.   One day there, here, and the next gone,
Before I sleep the thoughts of life play in my head The past, the present, the future The words left unsaid I contemplate life What it offers And what it gives I seek for comfort in its passion
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