Independence Day July 4th: An Alphabet Soup Freedom Poem

Art of the poem draws the freedom I love


Believing who ride on the wings of a dove



Captured in words as free as a kite


Delicately expressed to the winds take flight



Eternal in thought as I reach high above


Floating to freedom on the wings of love




Gently I rise in the breeze of the sky


Hoping this day will bring honor on high



Individual works from goodness abound


Justice to those who stand on the ground



Kindness be shown as simple as pie


Like the bursts in the air on the fourth of July




Master the one in the depth of your soul


Now is the time speaks volumes of whole



Opportunity knocks, let open your heart


Prepare yourself for a brand new start



Quiet the tempest whose love he has stole


Rights are yours to pursue, that's the goal




Stay wide awake to the sacred call


Timeless in nature, there's love for us all



Understand freedom is an internal affair


Visibly in need of worthy repair



Welcome the light that breaks down the wall


Xtra love will pour in as the dark night will fall




You've heard the story from the art of a poem


Zealously embrace wherever you roam

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petter 6 years ago

its very nice stuff.Thanks for sharing with us.


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Thanks so much Godslittlechild. I appreciate your visit.:)


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Godslittlechild 7 years ago

Very nice poem.


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Thanks swathin2 for your kind words.


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swathin2 7 years ago

thanks for all the information that you provided in the hub it is so cool


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Thanks dayzee and you are never late, always showing up at the right time. Thank you :), Thank you :), and Thank you :)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

I know i'm not late to appreciate such a patriotic poem. No longer be intimidated. Poets arise when love explodes from within and desires expression unto the world. Keep them coming poet Dotties:)


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

How about you Sis! Can you write a poem? :D I did a google "what is the easier type of poem to write" and its return answer was a rhyming poem so coupled with Shirley's Alphabet soup poem suggestion is how this poem became a little miracle, hahaha.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Aha...I know inspiration will strike and you will find yourself being led to write another poem soon.... LOL maybe something about miracles (since you just mentioned it or maybe even about angels.) Hahaha It is beautiful to celebrate independence as our reminder to freedom! :-) Hugs...


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Thank you anjali for stopping by. I'm happy you enjoyed the poem. Have a great 4th of July.

Hello Sis Michelle, I'm glad you got a chance to read my poem because it's probably the only one I'll write on hubpages unless a miracle occurs which I do believe in miracles. Hope you had a wonderful independence day! hugs...


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Hello Sis Dottie, there within lies a heart of a poet. I love it and the wonderful message it brings! Wow! Hugs... love and light. Happy 4th of July!


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anjalichugh 7 years ago from New York

Amazing poem. The message of love and peace came across so well. Happy independence day!


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Thank you for the nice comment RedElf.  Glad you stopped by and enjoyed the poem. :)

 

Thanks Charia for that piece of information.   So I will have to say I hope you had an enjoyable Independence Day on June 12th in the Philippines. 

It's good to learn something new every day!  Thanks for coming by!

 


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Charia Samher 7 years ago

Great Poem. We are also celebrating our independence day on the 4th of July; that is before it was moved to 12th of June. There were some who still opposes the change until now. They are claiming that it was only on July 4, 1946, when the United States granted it independence that the Philippines became politically free as a country. Anyways I just remember because of the date. Happy 4th of July! =)


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RedElf 7 years ago from Canada

What a wonderful message, Dottie. Thanks so much for such a lovely and inspirational poem.


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Thank you very much sharongail for the nice comment. It is also nice for me to have a new visitor. I'm on my way over to check out your hubs. Thanks for stopping by.

Hi G-Ma and thanks. I really appreciate your comment. Writing poems is something I never do and so it was quite intimidating to publish. Love and hugs to you and a wish for you to have the best 4th holiday ever.


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G-Ma Johnson 7 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

Wonderfully done I loved it sweetie...You said it all so well and seemed to cover everything...what a good idea...Love you :O) Hugs HAPPY FOURTH...


sharongail 7 years ago

I love the poem. The pictures are awesome. Independence day is my favorite holiday and you did it justice.


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA Author

Hi VioletSun, How are you? Thank you for always stopping by to comment. As you can tell I am not a poet, lol.. But I wanted to try at least once, and try something new and now my poetic career is over...

Happy July 4th to you too. Have lots of fun!


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VioletSun 7 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

Thanks for this freedom poem, the message of love, kindness is what stood out for me.

Happy July 4th!

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