Freedom

Freedom

A Poem by Ngawang Tibet


How could I forget you, oh freedom!

When the kingdom comes, where was my kingdom?

I was born with shirtless and barefoot,

And my freedom was colorless and shoeless feet.


Yes, I was so lucky to be a human,

But not to be a man with bad omen.

A promised blood flows under my skin,

and it holds the truth with my root of kin.


Oh China, why did you treat us like an enemy,

Even we’re all destined as a universal family?

You snatched our freedom with a kiss of death,

How could I possibly betray my faith with an unchosen path?


Oh freedom, yes you, freedom!

When the kingdom comes, where was my kingdom?
I was delighted with the word of “liberalization”,

But it had been an era of brutal annihilation.


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© 2019 Ngawang Tibet


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Ngawang Tibet
Ngawang Tibet

New Delhi , Delhi , India



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his name is Ngawang Norbu and born in Tibet. He likes to read and write, and he is an average basketball player. Currently he is pursuing his career studies on politics or MA in International Relation.. more..

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