Different Worlds

August 4, 2016
By bella. PLATINUM, Jacksonville, Florida
bella. PLATINUM, Jacksonville, Florida
24 articles 0 photos 34 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Suddenly I don't know what to say. It happens to me a lot. I think first about whether they're the right words. But when the moment comes to speak, I can't say it. Why must one always talk?"- nana; vivre sa vie


We live in worlds

On two different orbits

You live in a world

Where people die meaninglessly

I live in a world

Where people aren't willing to change



Similar Articles

JOIN THE DISCUSSION

This article has 1 comment.


on Jan. 29 2017 at 8:11 pm
Camomile_Addison, Non, California
0 articles 0 photos 116 comments
This poem paints a picture, which I love. "Worlds", plural, and "different orbits", alludes that the worlds are separate and contrast each other. It seems the speaker observes another living in a changing (people die, therefore change?) world, but the change is meaningless. While the speaker lives in a world where people refuse change. I've re-read it a few times and I see irony, whether you intended it or not ;D Both worlds appear to be meaningless. One world has meaningless change, and the other has no change; without change the world can not progress, rendering it meaningless... this is a very lonely, empty poem.


SciArc

MacMillan Books

Aspiring Writer? Take Our Online Course!