The Power Of Limitations - Poem by HediTedi.
The power of limitations.
Sage once more, old white man.
so happy to live in mental cages, America.
Each soul as a cell
Riddled with cancer.
Perhaps the greatest freedom,
Is the power to dream!
To whom belongs this great..., free..., nation?
A slave of all colors.
To whom can freedom belong?
There cannot be.
Freedom must not be taken, I say-
Before it has been given.
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