::snaps fingers::

Those moments that change the world,
they don't take their time.
It's a change in the weather,
a whisk of a bullet flown by.

Their presence could be masked,
mistaken for some larger, slower behemoth.
But elephants usually graze,
it's the mosquito that bites.

Those moments that change the world,
no warning no appointment.
Announcement loud or subtle,
but always committed from indecision.

No longer have you that choice,
the road has no fork.
Gone from your gaze is the world you knew,
overlayed by this new land, this new sea.

Those moments that change the world,
they sometimes happen just like that.