I faced change

I faced change

A Poem by christine zapanta andes


I've faced change 
between my bread in breakfast
beneath my bed at dawn,
 when moonlight fires 
like a magnet of daydreams,

I've weep change,
beside the car at work,
nobody I was.

Drying leaves 
in mid-September
behind my back 
I broke the wall of isolation.

Like the song I adore,
going home gives bliss,
 when steps echoed naive
after the tantalizing rain,

I've faced change
fast shadows night,
dance with the dust,
for I will not lose grip
in the symphony 
of night and day.

© 2015 christine zapanta andes

Author's Note

christine zapanta andes
.this is what the rain did to me..

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Added on March 21, 2015
Last Updated on March 21, 2015


christine zapanta andes
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