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Embrace Change for Chance

A poem by Cadence Bommarito, freshman English Education major


If one dwells not on temptation,

But rather nears further and further and further away from the center,

Then magnetize upon intense sensation,

Even when the push-pull stills and stills and stills one’s tormentor.

Bloom like that of a summer’s daylily

The sun unwrapping daylight

Clone oneself whether or not persuasively

And quantify magnitudes en route of a flying kite

Crooked lines mirror neighbored pasts

Yet if this overcomes us, then we all shall crick-crack

Futuristic strengths of courage must cast

Otherwise it’ll fade to an infinite, darkening blick-black

They sealed me up and tossed away my personality

Then burned into me a great immortality

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