Treasure Island

Joshua Tesha

(22 December 1990 / ARUSHA)

Is This Freedom


When i look in the sky
i saw reason to fly
reaching apex flyby
let me fly
like a man
who know real freedom
let me fly..

i saw many reason to fly
thus why i born nimby
i guess world get nippy
my nerves cant allow night-gritty
like man
who know real freedom
let me fly..

reaching apex flyby
i am real man with ability
shouldn't assist abnormality
slave and prisoner abundantly
government took it like accidentality
like man
who know earl freedom
let me fly..

let me fly
all servitor are daffy
i had strong feeling to earnestly
my brain is only facility
poor and sickness gainsay
like man
who know real freedom
let me fly..

i had pressure of fly over
people suffer in this gaoler
only freedom is makeover
gift of painkiller
is this freedom?
freedom of suffering and dying
is this freedom?
like a man
who know real freedom
let me fly.

Submitted: Monday, July 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, August 17, 2013

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