Danielle Mari Nidea

Human's Call

The word that echoes in my head,
I hear it even when in bed.
As I looked out the window of our house from behind,
Freedom is the word that comes to mind.

I'm not a prisoner, I don't fell guilty.
I'm not bad in this world that's filthy.
I don't know why, I don't know how,
Freedom became my wish right now.

I have my family, I have my friends.
I can access this generation's newest trends.
But something inside me says that I'm not
As free as i think, will think, and thought.

When I close my eyes at night and fall
Into an imaginary world,
I fell different and say that all
My worries are gone and burned.

In this place, just this place,
I fell a new breeze touch my face.
But when I wake and see the truth,
Once again, I'm the normal youth.

I wish I could, I wish I might
Soar free in the sky with the stars tonight.
I want to flee this contaminated place
To live a new life, to run a new race.

This world is too filthy, too evil, too bad.
The people here are crazy, insane, and mad.
I now know why, I now know how,
Freedom became my wish right now.

Submitted: Thursday, June 06, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I wrote this poem when I was twelve. Back then my view about the world was different. But I kept it anyway and posted it here for the world to see. To those who can relate, don't worry, you'll see the light, you'll see the smiles. You'll hear the cheers from miles and miles. Did that just rhyme?

Comments about this poem (Human's Call by Danielle Mari Nidea )

  • Gold Star - 15,195 Points John Westlake (5/23/2014 6:37:00 PM)

    In some ways I can relate to this poem. Sometimes our view of the world does change, but it is nice to remember what you used to think. Thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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