The Key - Poem by Jewel Datri
I walk outside
The city skyscrapers rising up before me.
Inside the city,
No one can leave.
We all walk around our daily routines
Searching for the key,
The key to freedom, the key to escape.
Where could it be?
Hidden inside each one of us
A desperate desire just to be free.
Free of prejudice,
Free of the agony,
Free of the people who hate.
Everyone’s looking for the key to the city.
Outside we hear is a new world
Where people rejoice with glee,
And crime is nonexistent.
The new world is separated by a sea,
A sea of inspiration and dreams.
My life mission is to share the key.
All you need
Is to look inside you and just be free
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