Tlou Romeo


Encrypted Thoughts Of freedom Poem by Tlou Romeo


Abandoned by the ones who believe and cherished by those who rejected...Encrypted Thoughts Of freedom. Free as the soil dust, following the traces of shosholoza song to witness the blood sparter of flies, fleeing into a territory of non-rational love. Shattered were engulfed tears of a mother, washing the remains of a freedom fighter. A slow drum beat of many hearts, brave were those that looked into the eyes of fear and saw freedom. The origin of the story lies within the womb of a father,48 was marked in the minds of others. Encrypted Thoughts Of freedom, I lived to see this day, day I be turned to stone. I tried blocking the thoughts by applauding my existence to the one who held fade. I stood besides a tree and crafted nation song, mourned immensely by the soil that prevailed slavery. Encrypted Thoughts Of freedom, I considered retrieve, but remembered behind the enemy line lies my thoughts

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

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