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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Changes

I surrender to the change
Or rather, I embrace it.
The world is spinning quickly
But I do not cling for dear life,
I am content
Shrugged off all that held me back.
Found me
Discarded my baggage without regrets.

I look to the future now.
The thing we had,
It was killing me slowly.
You are better off alone.
I am happier as I am.
I wish you well.
I am at peace
Let us cease to torment each other.

I live without regrets.
I notice,
I learn and then I remember and move on.
I hope you can do the same.
I wish you all the love and joy this world has to offer.
Go out and find it.
Be happy.
I bear you no ill-will.

My wings have sprouted.
I sail from the nest
Into an endless sky
Of possibility.
My heart soars
My dreams are vivid and grand.
I do not look back now
The future is mine.

7 comments:

Herrad said...

Hi Nadja,
Good poem, thanks.
Love,
Herrad

Peace Be With You said...

"My wings have sprouted.
I sail from the nest."

Good luck on your voyage of discovery. Judy

Denver Refashionista said...

Thanks ladies.

Joan said...

Nice

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Kelli said...

Nadja,
A wonderful poem.
Kelli