It’s time for Mama Kat’s Writer’s Workshop again and this week I chose prompt #4.) We just celebrated America’s Independence! Write a poem about what freedom means to you. Without further ado here is my poem.

Independence Day
Freedom to worship and pray
Each to his own God


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8 Responses to Freedom

  1. That is a beautiful haiku, Peg. I really liked it – it’s so concise and so true. The United States of America mean different things to different people, and this is one of the meanings that I like because it has so much historical weight to it.

    • pegbur7 says:

      Thanks. I was thinking about it driving down the road from my sister in laws to my cousin and had to grab and envelope so I could jot it down before I forgot! That’s what happens when you get older! LOL

  2. Spot says:

    I was looking for this huge poem and here was this haiku. But it was brilliant and true. Our original purpose in the creation of our country.


    • pegbur7 says:

      I really thought about it and thought about it and started to write something “bigger” but thought that said all it needed to say!

  3. Ron says:

    Amen, Peg!

    Faaaaaaaaaaaaaabulous haiku. Says it ALL!

    Thanks for sharing, dear friend!

    Have a supa’ Thursday!


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