Treasure Island

Shweta Nair


Breaking Free


Break the bonds,
Loosen the ties.
Sauntering along a sunny aisle,
nobody seen for a mile.
Dash all expectations.
Push everything that holds you down.
Walk along, run wild.
Oh! You bonded child.
Leaving pressure behind,
and stress can take a hike.
Because, no one can keep me down.
I soar like an eagle,
let loose from his cage.
I rise like the cloud,
Ready to be free.
I shine like the sun,
breaking free for an open run.
I'm the air, the breeze.
I'm the water, the sea.
I cannot be imprisoned..
And I AM BREAKING FREE.

Submitted: Friday, September 06, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 07, 2013

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