RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sharing Freedom - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Classical and vibrant rock and roll being played, people
rocking, moving in time to the rhythms.
Smiles on everyone's faces, strutting to the western style
of living we all enjoy here in Arizona.
A peaceful and laid back environment, nothing like it any-
where else in the world.
America, love it or leave it, our freedom being shared
with those who deserve and appreciate it.
Flying our American flag proudly, loving it's symbolic
meaning of our republic.
No one daring to say anything against it, with one glance
around at the crowd of bikers here.
All of us locked and loaded, a silent reminder that none
of us will give up our freedom to bear arms and protecting
all our other freedoms as well.
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