Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Akash Sagar Chouhan writes

"Freedom For Free"

And man was born,
He gave himself a name untorn;
Sketched borders to abandon
The pawn's own throne.

A kingdom,
Denied its freedom.

Man tilled minds,
Traded needs of all kinds;
Tried in time to swim against tides,
The hungry sickle still finds.

Freedom got sold for free,
In lands of eternity.

Now we make plastic Gods,
Brick upon brick in every abode;
Endless war of crossroads,
Evenly lost in personal odds.

Freedom died,
When Earth cried.


1 comment:

  1. The Replacements formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1979, as a punk rock band with guitarist/vocalist Paul Westerberg, guitarist Bob Stinson, bass guitarist Tommy Stinson, and drummer Chris Mars. Stinson left the band in 1986 and was replaced by Slim Dunlap on lead guitar, and Mars was replaced by Steve Foley in 1990. The group disbanded in 1991. Though they influenced many alternative rock band, their only significant commercial success except for "I'll Be You." Their origins were in 1978 with Stinson and Mars as Dogbreath, before being joined by Westerberg.


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