To Change The Past

Enclosed in the thin air, I trusted time,
Like a clueless wall holding the clock,
I thought it'd forever chime,
And new memory will change the look.

I'm only a shadow there's no light to cast,
Blinded by dust I can hardly see,
Like a bird trapped in it's nest,
Conscience can hardly keep me free.

Like a helpless kid and a toy on the top shelf,
I'm betrayed by both sight and height.
I could see far had I been taller enough,
To shake off some weight had I seen the light.

Ally Fred
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