Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Requirements Cry Freedom


Where is
the dreamer of dreams
with visions
of new humane natural
reality always
underlying hard surfaces
of civilized life?

Peep within
catalysis aspects
of present political
global warming situations
ozone hole surrounding
the bi polar nature
in global politics.

Outline dynamics
in flux bi polar 2011
growth new world orders
China flexes muscle prosperity
India strengthens choice industry
Asia expands dominance regionally
European Economic Community

dictates conditions
to control sovereign
constitutional members
in economic crisis
dictates imposes policy
burden borrowers
must decades abide

absolutist monarchy
Empire America
justifying various ways
of legitimizing
foreign interventions
economic invasions
for oiled resources.

Freedom argues
that the true nature
of political decisions
is imposed poverty
upon target oppressed
to maintain prime elite
advantage status quo.

Men soiled in corruption
cutting deals
for profit power gain
cannot meet
requirements cry freedom
heavy burden
of poverty equality necessity.

Cry freedom is endemic
to all people all cultures
all societies all countries
basic right to pursue freedoms
is engraved upon human souls
lessons of American revolution
are forgotten by empire invaders.


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Submitted: Sunday, January 16, 2011
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