Sylvia Matzek


Breathe In, In, In


Freedom, freedom, freedom
Scream, scream, scream
Exhausted, sigh, breathe
Breathe in, in, in
Clench, clench, clench
Punch, punch, punch
Exhausted, sigh, breathe
Breathe in, in, in
Scream, scream, scream
Freedom, freedom, freedom.

Submitted: Monday, February 02, 2009

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  • Madina Morris (12/7/2012 12:04:00 PM)

    May i ask? What is the meaning of this poem? To me it seems to be an onward struggle for freedom. As if you have to keep fighting just to keep the little freedom you do have...idk, thats just what i got from it. Still a great read. (Report) Reply

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