Freedom Imagism Poems

These Freedom Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Freedom. These are the best examples of Imagism Freedom poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Freedom by Gershon Wolf
Smiling, chuckling, giggling, now brimming, sanity's laughter,
 Peals of happiness swell to sweet nightingale's force,
  Hearts beat madly, Hope-balloons rise:
   Hallow the...

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Categories: freedom, happiness, sunshine,

Premium MemberLiberty by Gershon Wolf
Wisps of flowers peek here, glance there, tremble,
 Pick their way through cracks in pavement,
  Duck down, feel around, then up, up
  ...

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Categories: flower, freedom, light,



Wishes of a mouse by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
a mouse sat on grass
and wept, tears rolling
“I wish I was a human being.”
But it forgot one thing.
Free food and freedom it has
That no human...

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Categories: allegory, freedom,

Premium MemberUNIVERSAL WARRIOR PROTECTOR OF FUTURISM by Michael E. Harris
BEFORE, 
THE EXISTENCE OF TIME,
MY BEING, 
ENVELOPED THE UNIVERSE.
CONSCIOUSNESS, 
STIMULATED THE DAWNING,
THE UNIVERSE, 
IMPLODED AND SET ME FREE.
VOLCANO'S, 
ERUPTED, 
METEORS,
SHOWERED THE HEAVENS,
WISDOM OF THE UNIVERSE,...

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Categories: freedom, future, image, imagery,

SILENT ROAR by Linda Wanjiru
Cloudy sky with shades of grey,
For the fearful, the atmosphere carries much dismay,
To the adventurous, it's another day,
From a distance, flashes can be seen as...

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Categories: art, character, freedom, growth,

Premium MemberTIME TRAVELING by Michael E. Harris
I'M FEELING THE ENERGY 
OF THE UNIVERSE.
I ABSORB IT'S STRENGTH 
AND THEN DISPERSE.
MILLIONS OF YEARS, 
BILLIONS OF STARS.
I TRY TO IMAGINE 
JUST WHERE WE ARE.
I...

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Categories: freedom, image, imagery, imagination,

Some Pros and Cons of being Virtually Connected to Reality 1st byte by matthew harris
Dune not be bashful, grumpy, leery 
   or any other contemporary dwarf man
even countless less well known dwarves 
   (that never...

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Categories: anger, earth, freedom, hello,

Liberty by Dakota Hershey
When God, who is forever free,
Breathed life into my earthly frame,—
From that first day, by His free will
When I a living soul became,—
A babe upon...

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Categories: celebration, celebrity, christian, christmas,

The magnificent Pyramids Journey from time immemorial till date by Ramzan Karim
Between liking and disliking
While the reason being an arbitrator
But do you see the rift between
Sane and insane ?
That the privileged ones of the era today
Conveniently...

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Categories: abuse, , memorial,

Premium MemberDESTINATION by Michael E. Harris
I'm exercising my imagination, 
by imagining a destination.
let's start with darkness... 
and create some light.
a clear blue sky 
and a sun that's bright.
let's agree on...

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Categories: adventure, beauty, creation, freedom,

Plea Bargain by BOLAJI RAMOS
PLEA BARGAIN

If justice can be carted away on a platter of gold
And repaid with a moribund emerald,
Then let Law swallow its loquacious pride—
Let the rays...

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Categories: betrayal, confusion, corruption, freedom,

Grit and Shine by Sara Ajemyan
Chrome meets sun;
a slick reflection

Salt and grit;
smooth surface;lined

Body scuffed;
marked;textured

Dampness green;
always forgiving of nature.

Hairs stand on end;
obscurity march
in procession
...

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Categories: beauty, birth, color, creation,

Rumpelstiltskin rebranded as outre designer couture by MATTHEW harris
the daughter of a miller abducted, exiled, held 
locked as prisoner didst bawl
achingly, effusively, indubitably murmured plaintively 
quite riotously didst call
out for help, when stalked...

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Categories: abuse, allegory, anger, art,

Premium Member INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS by Michael E. Harris


   THE DREAM POLICE 
   INVADE MY HEAD 
   WHEN I STARTED TO DREAM, 
   WHILE ASLEEP...

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Categories: dream, freedom, humorous, judgement,

Premium MemberA whale's view of the ocean by Jamie Pan
Oh graceful enchanting Ocean!
Your brilliant mesmerising waves
captivated my heart,
I can hear them calling to me,
can feel them
embracing me gently
As you summon them back and forth,
They...

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Categories: adventure, animal, ocean, sea,

Travel Light by Talin Kalishian
Speed up honey we are late'
I'm coming just give me a minute.

I always wanted more time to think to observe 
But I'm always late; and...

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Categories: age, freedom, light,

Letter to Future by Demetrius Boyd
Letter to the Future

Dear Future Humanity

May I First say hello such a honor to write this
I can only imagine the reality your existence may be
With...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, humanity,

BIRDS LOVE OF TREES by Mutesha Lemana
This is the time I'll talk about Cage,
Posting it on the media and not standing on a Stage,
Without wasting much time, let me open this...

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Categories: africa, age, analogy, animal,

The Talkative Weaverbird by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu

Here in the beautiful Tororo Rock*
I grabbed talkative weaver bird,
That disturbs me every morning.
Before I wake up she sits up to sing;
Before I go to...

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Categories: africa, political, symbolism,

Robinson Crusoe by Olamide Adebayo
I killed my friend,
I never wanted,
Do not see me cruel,
I did it for love.
We both ran naked
Under this influential shower.
No one uncoupled his lips
Against this...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal,