Poems About: FREEDOM
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
They told me that I have all the freedom I could ask for
They told me that I had it because I was born in the United States
They told me that I was lucky
Because I have the freedom to think for myself read more »Hannah Hampton
50.freedom come closely
we fight for freedom.
we feel nothing without freedom.
we ask are self what is freedom and the freedom answer as ' To do what ever you want by right.
we called all the world to came with freedom. read more »hisham hussien
Freedom of religion freedom of speech freedom from living up to other ideas and expectations. all i want is freedom to forget my past. a nation born from war, for the purpose of establishing freedom. a nation divided in war in attempt to fulfill the goal of freedom. let freedom ring let freedom ring so that all will no that life of a slave was not easy for in the end freedom is a personal lonley battle and one faces down fears of today so that those of tomorrow might be engaged. read more »sade dixon
Bird in a cage
Soaring in the sky…
Freedom read more »Tirupathi Chandrupatla
53.freedom is not free
freedom is not free
lock up in chains
dealing with hurts and pains
thinking of doing some crazy things read more »jamaya ewing
They are crying!
They are dying!
They are lying
On the minefield. read more »kafil uddin raihan.
55.My Freedom, Your Freedom
Freedom is my haritage
Gift of encestors my land my existence
My legecy. read more »Prabhakar Sarma Neog
defined by force,
to die for the cause,
is what the soldier supports, read more »Richard McClellan
All I want is freedom
Is that too much to ask?
All I yearn for is freedom
I’m stuck inside this flask read more »Tess Connor
58.freedom to love again
freedom to love again,
moving to anouther kingdom and starting all over again,
only that this time you will have the freedom from learning from past mistakes,
so be prepared by not stepping on the same stone again, read more »carla isabel huart
59.A Slaves Beginning
All wrapped in chains
It's all the same read more »Janelle Morehart
To have my own mind, without others trying to influence me.
To be loved, and not hurt. read more »Carmella Walker