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  265.     

Winds Of Change

I do not like change,
change is like stormy winds
that blows against the doors of my heart
that is throwing doors open, revealing my despair,
and it brings out the hiding place
of my sorrow and dismay
and change does pull out the certainty of my soul,
it does blow out the fire that is in my heart
and whirling winds do crawl up the spaces of my mind
where lost love has never been found.

Change tucks and tucks on the walls that do protect me,
change does brake down all of my barriers
and leave me unguarded
with no space to hide;
even in my own mind.

Although these winds sometimes only bring doubt,
hope will prevail like a cloud with a silver lining
as changes brings some kind of difference,
a kind of certainty that everything is not in vain.

Maybe change is not that bad
as calmness comes after the worst storm
and even broken hearts can heal
when love comes like the summer rain.
 
Daleen Enslinstrydom

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  266.     

The change presents of life and the possibilities we have

The change presents
All of us experience in our lives. Change is the one constant in our lives. There are changes that we look forward to and change that fear. However one thing is for sure. Things will not stay the same no matter how mush we would like them too. When a life change occurs, we have two choices in how to respond. We can despair that a change has and assume that things will be worse, or we can look with excitement at the new possibilities the change presents
 
kristi hut

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Unique

She knows it's the x or y factor
He agrees it's been the same matter
New is an old story I once told
Surprise is the party we all hold

Change is the drug we all need
Satisfaction is the hunger we all feed
Foraging in hungry hallucination
Finding the fodder; a fools destination

Seeking change is now the norm
But norm is to hold the same old form
Twisted minds leads us to new fate
From norm to change, opening a new gate

Trap is set for the intelligent mind
'Undo change' is an option you can't find
The agents of change are out to please
Fearing change is the new disease

Stop pushing change as the new norm
Tired minds seek a more calmer form
Wishing to end this cycle we crave
A new beginning that starts with the grave

Let's dig deep to find a new fire
Burning through natures true desire
A scheme so intricate you cannot mesh
Unique are human minds made of flesh.
 
Lisbeth Spider

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  268.     

Watching My Feet…

Keep changing my clothes in desperate attempt
to feel different, Seth says physical world changes
constantly, the only thing I see changing is layer
of dust covering my figurines, encircled by blue
material which covered our Christmas gift:

Large round metal container for bottles of wine,
we don't need it, maybe the kids will use it; I saw
a chandelier in the shop where it's sold - which I
would much rather have, but we are stuck with the
metal bucket, maybe grandkids can play in it

If I shall have some, given both kids vehemently
expostulates against idea of having descendants,
what with the present state of the weather, I
can't blame them - they still wonder why I wanted
to have them, I fondly reply because

I was lonely, needed support from someone totally
on my side, of that I'm completely assured - Tiaan
leading me as if I were a hundred, Nici telling me
what to wear, sighing when I go wrong - to return
to the beginning: I keep changing my attire

In order to feel the desire Abraham-Hicks says should
be mine, to feel the control that Seth says we all have,
but whatever I'm wearing, within fifteen minutes I must
change again - changing flip-flops helps - brown to
purple and pink - changing the look of my feet

Though it is bad for my neck to look down all the time
watching my feet…


[Sunday 2 December 2012]
 
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