Poems about Freedom poems

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Four Freedoms: Freedom From Fear by Jonathan ROBIN

Freedoms four he saw, that here, - from fear -Responded to the war call – means and endsEndeavoured to ally while bomb descendsEach day as Fate played out the game that year.Dreams freedoms canv

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. Not Freedom Fighters by Francis Duggan

Those who target and maim and kill civilians are not freedom fightersWe ought to make that one straightThey are only misguided lunaticsWho are possessed by mistrust and hateFor those they see as

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My Father Is A Freedom Fighter by Shelley Cornelius Phillips

Soldier, Soldier, cries the child My father is a freedom fighter He is fighting for me and my family He is giving his life for his home land The sun rises and falls on him Our enemies have fallen

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Freedom Flight by Mary Wadzinski

Wrapped inside a little womb, Struggling to be free, The butterfly soon left its cage. Nevermore a worm to be. Born anew to be a sign Of beauty, grace and life. A light among a gloomy world And

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Borrowed Freedom by Cathleen Hodgkinson

For E.D. who will never understand the gift he gave me.I wear a silver bracelet on my wrist with its native american facade and I am reminded of a commended freedom and of peaceful spirituality.Thi

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Freedom Isn'T Free... by Nora Eason

Who says our freedom is free? Not Me.True, We are freer than most, but not enough, that we should boast.Before you say Freedom is free, stop and count the cost of all the lives lost, Freedom isn

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Responsible Freedom by Ghada Shahbender

Responsible Freedom? ? In love 'Responsible freedom' is not a choiceFor Love's favorite child is ResponsibilityAnd at her birth Freedom is willingly abortedWe mourn the death of one And for the

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The True Meaning Of Freedom by Francis Duggan

Many look on what constitutes freedom one might say differentlyWhat seems free to you may not seem free to meTo be ruled by your own people to you as freedom does countBut in the true meaning of fr

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Sweet Freedom by Faith Elizabeth Brigham

i could write volumeson all i've seen ofdesolation and despairbut for what good purposeno, i can not spread doomfor the world is fullof such loneliness and gloomwhen compassion should rulemy

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Freedom by Rex Islam

Freedom is not an objectto be purchased from the shops, it’s not like the giving ofone or two kilo’s of freedom chaps! It’s what that thrives on the wingsof bees, butterflies or the dragon

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Cry Freedom by Adeaze Tinkerbelle

The shots fired outThe scared soldier dashed back to the fortHe had witnessed enoughHe had only went to 'experience' warAnd now he wanted to go home desperatelyHe had made friends, lifelong they

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Freedom by Sylvia Thomas

Whilst your soul dances, beneath the cradle of heaven's stars, the tall grass gently caressesyour ankles.With the hand, that is bound by no chains, And the eyes, that see the heavens the skies

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