Liberty From Morning - Poem by Naveed Akram
I spent the morning loving freedom,
Rock and cave seemed mightier than school;
I sat here on open rock: a lone day,
Like the lone nights awake,
They don’t reach those human realms.
Yet I was boundlessly free
From the hours of study and guests
Like professors and lecturers so grand.
I spent this morning in work of breathing,
I was in no-mind to declare fit health
But the sun shined on a day of liberty and justice.
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