Nanochanges

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Man lives in a very short time frame.

He measures it with a blink of an eye,

a cycle of the moon,

an appearance of a

gray hair.

That’s why he frets

about what he wants most but is not able to see:

CHANGE.

Tiny sand grains carried by water currents don’t

seem to affect river stones,

yet they grind the stones

into soft gentle curves.

So does how each thought,

will,

and action

of every human being

affect

his kind’s history.

(composed 2002)

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