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Menez, Charles Samuel E.HUM014P1-QChange By: Angela Manalang GloriaAs I further analyze this poem, I actually find myself relating of the “CHANGE” that she is saying. In this Poem she is talking to an entity which is her childhood, Bidding goodbye to whatseemed likean endless ecstasy that would never end but with each small ticks that the clock makes the “Change” starts to surface. The author of these poem is quite creative of her use of rhymes, experimenting with its forms to emphasize some points and to give it a flow. Onthe other side this poem touches upon maturity while giving it an atmosphere of a forgotten feeling that will only be remembered but not felt.It was actually filled with many connotations some I cannot wholly comprehend maybe because of the disparity of our experiences. The “childhood hours taught me fairy art” it was actually her describing herself in a situation where she is playing with herself and letting her imagination run amok and doing fairy arts.

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