Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Freedom Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Freedom one's own human right
Always highlight it
Freedom of thought is important
Make it a reality in words and actions
Freedom a nice thing always
Where freedom is denied there the hell
Curse is the slavery
Freedom is the dignity of humans
It represents vast areas of thought
In words, deeds, and actions
Also helps us to live in peace
Condemned to live in prison cell
The most difficult thing to imagine
Where the human being is denied
His thoughts, mobility, and liberation
Still men built prison cells
questioning chambers in wrongful methods
Human's own creation of misadventures
Freedom from captivity to an animal
Its most aspiration of wishes
Never make captivity of animals
Unless it is a domestic one
Wild ones are to be given freedom
Jungles and forests are its habitat
Captivity is prison cell to the wild.
Highlight the freedom as it is justice
Make a hue and cry when freedom is denied.
Freedom from the world is last breath
Where our life is departing from soul.

Submitted: Sunday, June 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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Freedom is most important.

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