Cries of Freedom

March 8, 2012
By Ashley Frost BRONZE, Bolingbrook, Illinois
Ashley Frost BRONZE, Bolingbrook, Illinois
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When night falls
FEAR takes many forms
not knowing if they're going to be taken or what will happen to them
traveling with others into the cites is to come
every night the same routine
living in fear
no education
left their families
looking out for siblings
Running away is keeping them Alive
Their cries carry through the night
Many lost their brothers and sisters
We hear their cries
going to help no matter what
we won't and will not stop
Their cries for freedom are answered
And they will no longer live in FEAR

The author's comments:
The issue that inspired me was when I watched "Invisible Children," in history. I wanted to help and add my voice to help them. Also when the KONY2012 project came out recently. I want everyone to know about these children and help catch Joseph Kony, so we can save these children.

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