Storybook Characters Endangered
Dr. Seuss, Mr. Potato Head, and Snow White sound off.
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 Category:  Spiritual Poetry
  Posted: December 27, 2020      Views: 57

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I write what I think-feel-believe.
Every essay, poem, and tale tells a story.
message dictates style.
I write about what's happening in the world.
I consider my writing more "expressive" than "artistic."

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Freedom always has a price (7/6/7/6 meter)
"Seeking Freedom" by Robert Zimmerman
A step is not a journey,
it’s merely just a start.
One can’t just take a notion,
must bring along the heart.
Without a fruitful purpose,
there is no cause to roam.
Corral a dismal corner.
Make hopelessness your home.
Adversities prolific.
Let not your heart grow faint.
Life’s path is filled with hurdles.
Seek valiant unconstraint.
The journey tires a runner,
as he gains ground each day.
Your heart begs preparation
‘fore travelling life’s way.
Let no abomination
determine how you trek.
Look past debris and rubble.
Ignore the bottleneck.
Dismiss all vexing fetters.
Allow your soul to see.
The barricades can’t stop you.
Your heart can then be free.



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If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed. (John 8:36)
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