Monday, June 12, 2017
change (chānj) v. changed, chang·ing, chang·es. v.tr. 1. a. To cause to be different: change the spelling of a word. b. To give a completely different form or ...
They say change is good
I want to hold onto the past
In the past I had my Mother and Father still living
In the past there road trips to see family members who are now passed
In the past I was in love with my soul mate but I didn't know at the time he was the one
Change is supposed to be good
It should let you increase knowledge
It might mean that you relocate
It could be advancement
Those that hold onto to the past and don't want change
They are classified as stuck
I don't know about you but it seems difficult to let go
Accept something new
The chance to experience something new let it become part of the routine
Tuck the past away not to be forgotten
Let it be a reference in case you need it
Ready set go!
Let me know your feelings about change
Patricia A. Saunders
Author, Blogger, Poet
Beating the clock before I go . Letting the words flow to the paper from my mind. People reading my work say " I couldn't put it down" " I read your book in one day" and " It was like you were writing my life story". The poems touch on subjects of love, death, incest, testing faith, and more. There is tributes to MLK, 9/11 and Oscar Grant.