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  265.     

Chameleons

We are all chameleons
We change our faces
As needed.

We change our thoughts
As needed.

We change our actions
As needed.

We change our values
As needed.

We change our principles
As needed.

We change our morals
As needed.

We change our love
As needed.

And our vows to God
As needed.

How sad
Poor Chameleons!
 
Rich Young

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  266.     

One Cannot Change The World

One cannot change the World so why even bother to try
Since the fundamentalists out there do their best to deny
Others of their beliefs those who to them think differently
Extremists of any sort seem dangerous to me.

One cannot change the World but by good example one can lead
One cannot grow crops if one doesn't plant good seed
If everyone changed themselves for the better then all wars would cease
And there would not be mistrust and hatred and there would be peace.

One cannot change the World for that much help one would need
But where one would fail many might succeed
If billions changed for the better the war men would not have a say
And beautiful peace would be with us to stay.

For to change the World one can play a part
By helping out others out of kindness of heart
Down the pathway to peace you are leading the way
And with help from many the World may change for the better one day.
 
Francis Duggan

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  267.     

You Must Change Your Life

Facing up to our responsibilities
And our maturaties
Is not a subject, on which I can preach
(You must change your life)

Setting records straight
Opening yourself wide to possible hate
Being abandoned there at the gate
(You must change your life)

And ages will come to us
And years will fill our heads
With wisdom, caution, an understanding
(You must change your life)

Consumed by love, for your man
To sustain what you've longed to gain
Now that we want the same
(You must change your life)

How can one of their own
Turn around in the family home
And stand to say, 'I don't live alone'
(You must change your life)

There are times that loom
Speak only of a endless doom
When you're in that room, and say
(You must change your life)

But you MUST change your life...

(2007)
 
B.. Alexander

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  268.     

Ruptured Script

I changed my name,
I changed my face
but who would know..
who know of this disgrace
I counterfeited my scripture
ruptured my latest siezure
& still life repeats its latest mistake
this redundant dream
turns to dust
this illusion is a MUST
& why just an illusion
for when we wake
we find what we haven't thought
to be a ruptured script
written day by day
plain and shining like the sunrise in the shattered snow
we are who we are not and I am what I wish to be
like we and you lost and dispelled from the dark
reliving the life of this ruptured script
we call it a day but yet days stretch longer
I changed my name
I changed my face
I know who I want to be
but still a disgrace
my life falls into my name like the pen synching with paper
I cannot change..
I cannot change this story I started, this life I'm living
I cannot change my name and not be this ruptured script
locked deep and tight into the pages still unfolding into my reality
I cannot be who I am not
I will always be
shut tight
tackled and shackeled down
released into mentality, reliving physically
I live in my dream in this ruptured script
 
Cynthia Sok

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