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Embrace Change for Chance

A poem by Cadence Bommarito, freshman English Education major

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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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