Jocelyn Dunbar

(03-02-1969 / Australia)

My Freedom


A freedom of soul moving,
fly to the air, sound mind,
ease thoughts.

A freedom of body to move
and go to the way direction.

A freedom to think, views,
enhance being to smile
inside heart with goodness
sight of thoughts.

A freedom to laugh that
gives glittering in the eyes
sprinkle like star in the night
open to view happiness in mind.

A freedom to be alone in
silence to talk inside self
asking the divine guidance
of the spirit in heart.

A freedom to look up,
whisper words in heaven,
to look down, to see what is
important.

A freedom to be with myself
enjoying my coffee to drink,
my pen to write in notebook
a words for all who want to
read my composition.

A freedom to honour God in his glory
'Till eternity.

Copyright (c) Jocelyn Dunbar
5th of May 2006
10: 05 P.M.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, June 09, 2009

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