Treasure Island

Guenael Oristel

(03\14\1995 / Haiti)

A Freedom


we used to be slaved (true)
we used to to work in the heat (true)
we were treated unfairly by our master (true)
A freedom
it's a freedom of liberty
a freedom to stay strong and fight
A freedom
no more pain
no more suffering
no more heat
no more scars on our body
A freedom
It's a freedom for a lifetime
A freedom

Submitted: Friday, January 27, 2012

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