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Inspiring, Dramatic Poetry About Freedom

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Inspiring and Dramatic Poetry Called: Freedom

Freedom

There once was a cat that escaped a monster.

She was tired of him not caring for her.

The monster only had two legs and its hand each had five fingers!

Can you believe it? Five each! That’s more than anyone needs.

At least more than I need.

I’m fine with my own hands, and walking on two legs seems impossible.

Anyways, the cat left the monster and ran into the woods.

For miles and miles, she could see these giant brown sticks pointing upward,

and they seemed to have grass growing on them.

They were rough and had creatures living in them, but they didn’t seem to mind.

The cat started wondering why she hadn’t been allowed to see the beauty of the woods.

She saw these beautiful little creatures that didn’t need to touch the ground to move,

she saw these round green creatures that looked slimy and made a ribbit sound,

she touched a small brown creature, so furry that her hands felt tingly.

This world was freedom for her,

she didn’t know the language, or look like anyone else,

but she didn’t need any of that,

she was home.

Inspiring and Dramatic Poem about Freedom

A man stands and looks over the world. Travel is important and can help you see the world and it's meaning.

A man stands and looks over the world. Travel is important and can help you see the world and it's meaning.

Poetry is for the world. Take it and run.

A poet writes about the world from her viewpoint.

A poet writes about the world from her viewpoint.

© 2020 Amaryllis Kai

Comments

Amaryllis Kai (author) from California on July 15, 2020:

Audrey,

Thank you for your support! I look forward to writing more. Your work is very inspiring to me.

Thank you,

Amaryllis

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on July 14, 2020:

I enjoyed this. I like poems about freedom. You have a beautiful mind and I look forward to reading more of your work.

Thank you.