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Change By: Angela Mañalang GloriaA poem where the author speaks, structured with a rhyme scheme of abab and a consistent syllable count of 10, that shows the image of her outgrowing her innocent days. She denotes these loves that she once had as something that had touch her life in different ways and duration but still these were things that she got over with, it directs how she will get over the dream-like love she is trying to let go of. In the second stanza, she is determined that her feelingswill change unwaveringly. That connotates the phrase of this jeweled ecstasy for something new as she wavers her feelings to hold on to the past and reach for the new. The poem gives out a sense of hope and anticipation that the love she feels will also flee like the others she had mentioned, while speaks about the experience of the author with the things that she had to let go to grow. Used a Number of Imagery by interpreting how or what happens, Metaphor in the Golden Calf giving it other meaning than it is meant. Hyperbole in