Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


An Egyptian Freedom Falcon Flies Battle Cry Freedom - Poem by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

over Egyptian sands past monolith waiting pyramids
royal falcon flies sands where prophet Moses lead
own enslaved people to a long awaited promised land
finally after waiting thousands of years a leaderless
Egyptian people lead themselves to fame freedom sands
to see an Alamo moment birth in phoenix pyre eyes
stirs heart of freedom loving men to battle cry freedom


Copyright © Terence George Craddock
The two split images of this poem are ‘Long Awaited Freedom Claimed At Tahrir Square’ and ‘Alamo Moment Birth Phoenix’.


Comments about An Egyptian Freedom Falcon Flies Battle Cry Freedom by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

  • Rookie - 0 Points Hosny Soliman (10/8/2011 6:24:00 PM)

    Up till this day stubbron Mobark still sit on his chair.It was the Eighth day where fear had gone, also many had been killed.
    No one from the tyrants understood that when fear die in our hearts, death became a present.The prave young youth had only one idea 'To Win or Martyrdom' it was for both Moslim and Christian.Before it was an artificial sectarian war, Mobark's system and his followers were always doing all their best to make people be busy with many artificial problems, the artificial sectarian war was the most.When fear die in our hearts we all be ready to be on one man's heart..

    when fear die in our hearts
    the death has become a present
    Love can find its way
    All hearts be on one man's heart
    The fruits of freedom tree thrive
    Many of our life dictionary's words will be back
    Happiness, prosperity and humanity. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 13, 2011


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