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'And We Are Free'
by Mary Cecil
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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Questions about life,optimism and freedom.Differences in attitudes and how we can have nothing yet some people inspire us to find the renewal of hope within us

 

‘And we are Free’
 
See us in our sad existence,
Our troubled times of turmoil
As we wait upon the shore,
For our deliverance
 
The hesitation of hopes slain,
Hidden in our minds
Trapped by our impotence,
In the face of adversities
 
Yet dreamers dream
In far horizons,
As the seas of life
Beat upon the shore
 
A mighty swell arising in our hearts
Our human spirit renewed,
In the tides of our tomorrows
And we are free
 
By
Mary Cecil
 


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Reviewed by Asa Seeley 6/5/2012
to be 'free' has nothing to do with where we...but who we are.
thanks for the share

asa
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/29/2012
the wonderful, uplifting poem. While I often write about dismal things like the end of the earth or civilization. I think the 21st-century is still the best century to have lived in so far. There will be opportunities here that will far surpass anything that we have seen available before. Each century is better than the last. I would enjoy it for all it's worth until it's gone.

Ron s
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