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Very nice, Lorraine :)Freedom of thought and expression-- its so important to a writer -- that is his/her breath and heartbeat.....Coming to personal relations, I love to be in chains, though I don't like the idea of chaining someone, love, dev
or you stand on top of the hill, toss your sword into the middle of the field and yell freedom before rusing into battle...i like breathing a wholelot better though...smiles.
A really lovely and atmospheric picture Lorraine...
So true, Lorraine!
Freedom is like breathing for us but others are not so lucky.
Your wonderful words truely make "freedom" sound the way it should.. It throbs with sincerety, a sense of desperation, a basic birthright!
Good verse. It is inside. Or it isn't there.Best wishesRalf
_Your breath and heartbeat... allow you to choose freedom. _And that is in no way contrary to your words. _m
freedon: let's call it a truce for now.
And those short of breath realize the beauty of lost freedom...a beautiful photo most appropriate for your neat words
I love this.. and the photo is so beautiful!
how did you know ??? ;-))
Wow, I love these words.
a lovely calming scene; it allows you to inhalemuch lovegillena
Superbe image Lorraine. La liberté se respire à plein poumons!
Dev, chains hurt but as long as you like it ;) lol thanks a lot :)Ah Brian nicely put, however, without freedom, you can loose your breathI'm glad you enjoyed Frank !Thanks very much Kathy :)Michael, unfortunately, true, thanks :)Well tDL, you read it as it was, I appreciate that :)Very True Ralf, thanks a lot :)No it isn't, you're right -m,more like a 'ray' to the 'do' ;)I like hat Seraphine;)Janice, Janice is back and I am thrilled, thank you ma chère!Thank you so much Robin :)Namaki, first I had to loose my breath ;)and I appreciate that very much Timoteo :)That's a lovely response Gillena, thank you :)Si vrai...merci Richard :)
I agree Lorraine, chains hurt...But looking back I have never really felt hurt by all those people who made me...ofcourse, momentary reactions I've had....but then thats the freedom those chains offer, i think :)i can't stand to overcome the feeling of an orphan....uncared for -- Not from the public...they only give you that feeling how much so ever you may care...But from my people, my family...so I be in their chains....and freedom I carry in my head :)love, dev
Nice message, I get it Dev ;)
thanks dear Lorraine...you and me get well together, i guess :)love, dev
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