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Freedom in a Bubble – Repost


Sidey’s Weekend Challenge – 25.11.2011: Bubbles



Freedom in a Bubble


I am in a bubble

Floating in the air,

Drifting in the breeze

To I know not where.

Wonderfully weightless,

Up and up I fly,

Higher and higher

In a cloudless sky.

Oh what a feeling

Of freedom at last –

No more looking back

To the prison of my past.



©DGA 26.09.2010

Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people! I am back after a break. Thanks for still being here, if you are! Missed you! xxx

24 thoughts on “Freedom in a Bubble – Repost

  1. The past can be a prison but we can stand taller by standing on the broken blocks to reach to put new ones in place.


  2. I love this, Denise ~ both the poem and the pic! When we let go the past . . . we have two hands available to embrace the present.


  3. Soar with the eagles Denise, soar.Lovely picture how free-spirited.


  4. Ah yes, that lightness, the feeling of floating in a bubble – I treasure it…


  5. I liked that one..very good..full marks


  6. Letting go of the past gives us freedom to enjoy the future.


  7. lovely one Denise. What a positive response to Sidey, and what a pleasure to read.


  8. Light, airy and floating like the subject, and nice and upbeat in the conclusion.


  9. Thanks, Col. Hope the bubble doesn’t burst! 🙄


  10. Life does move us forward… thank goodness!


  11. It’s novel and truly symbolic of freedom, Denise. Congrats for hitting a new image.


  12. To feel free, one must break through of the past, stop thinking of the future and live in the present.


  13. A perfect metaphor for the freedom of letting go, Adee


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