Poems About: FREEDOM
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
253.We Are Told
We are told that we have got freedom yet not freedom to do as we like
There are places we are not allowed to walk in or where we cannot ride a push bike
Which means that our freedom is so called since we cannot even walk where we please
Ours is such a limited freedom we are not as free as a breeze. read more »Francis Duggan
254.My Fight For Irish Freedom
'My fight for Irish freedom' the autobiography of Dan Breen
But perhaps he should have called his book 'When young blood stained the green'
For human blood for freedom too huge a price to pay
And liberty or freedom define it anyway. read more »Francis Duggan
Always the same with anger against us,
War for freedom sounds insane.
Torture ended read more »Sandra Osborne
Sing it, celebrate it, praise it, clap to it.
Pass it on to one another. Hold it and look in side.
All the unwritten things it holds. Wonderful things. Light, hope, dreams, faith, and everything. read more »Neferkare Anak
freedom of speech
freedom of thought
freedom of being read more »Eric Cockrell
258.FREEDOM IS, FREEDOM IS NEVER
FREEDOM IS..., FREEDOM IS NEVER
FREEDOM IS: read more »MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
259.Will Freedom Be Free?
Freedom is a an African youth
Enrolled in the school
Of hard knocks.
He doesn’t know about the university read more »Aziz Baako
260.Not What Was Meant
When the Academy of Arts demanded freedom
Of artistic expression from narrow-minded bureaucrats
There was a howl and a clamour in its immediate vicinity
But roaring above everything read more »Bertolt Brecht
261.we salute you gallant sons and daughters of the soil
Gallant sons and daughters of the soil, hail heros, we salute you
for the tremendous and outrageous job you did in restoration of the lost glory and hope, FREEDOM...
We salute you gallant sons and daughters of the soil for putting read more »donald kuutsi
262.A Gloomy Freedom
you sell your eye apple attentions
your illumination of your hands
even though you never taste a morsel of it
you knead the dough of all the dearest virtues read more »Metin Sahin
Freedom frees my dictionary
In my brain.. I keep the words
For every thing serious and real read more »o0o.M.o0o alkhaja
When I was a little girl
I wanted to be free
And break away from all the chains
That caused my misery. read more »Melanie Ann Calvert