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FREEDOM SPEECH Printable Version PRINTABLE VERSION
by Mutebi Papa Bwakya, Zambia Mar 15, 2011
Peace & Conflict , Human Rights   Poetry

  

FREEDOM SPEECH The freedom that we seek, for which the sound we hear - Is the freedom we won’t fight for; the freedom that we fear.
The strength bound within us is the weakness we display - The happiness we yearn may be hindered by the dismay.
The mask of satisfaction we unconsciously put on - Blinds our vision, and once removed should not again be worn.
Question what you hope for, and question what you need - Question all that must be done to execute the deed.
You may never get to enjoy the freedom you fought for - Or get the chance to break all the chains and bounds you thought of.
But what's important is the goal, what matters is your vision - They can keep away the knowledge but you must learn to use your reason.
I hope you fight for freedom, I hope you never stop walking - Exercise peace when you speak your mind, but let your heart do the talking.
Let your heart be open, and let your mind be free - Tell the world how you feel about all the issues that you see.
I'm fighting for my freedom, I'm battling to break the chains - and hoping we'll all see the sunshine even after it rains.





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I'm a young Zambian male trying to express my views and be the change I want to see in the world. I do a wide range of writing; mostly poetry. TIG.org gives me a chance to share my work with the world.
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Freedom
Aysha Imtiaz | May 4th, 2011
Beautifully expressed! Freedom is something we all take for granted as we feel that its a natural right that one should have yet it is only when we bound in circumstances that we realize to be free is the most vital and precious gift of all!

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