Mine, cast in stone, struggles free
Want a piece of me?
Copper, Wrought Iron
Her old clothes… tossed casually
She wants to be free
On a painful pedestal
Dashed dreams… Hopes for peace
Why is it significant? She stands for the hope, fears and tears many immigrants live with in a new land. She is the epitome of the hopeful and the hopeless cocooned by a tough exterior that hides life’s disappointments and pain… There is opportunity in the distance. More below
Won’t go willingly
She trusts her wounds will recede
Life’s … a mystery
She is me, tired but free
Nursing … ancient dreams
Immortalized as the Statue of Liberty gives hope and freedom a chance of survival… Yes, I pray so. Happy Holidays to All! What Statue immortalized you in stone? Why was it significant?
This post was inspired by a prompt from WP Daily Post: Daily Prompt: Immortalized in Stone… Your personal sculptor is carving a person, thing or event from the last year of your life. What’s the statue of and what makes it so significant?
And Weekly Writing Challenge: Just Do It! Your challenge: post every day for a full week. We’re excited to see what you’ll post about — be sure to tag your post DPchallenge so that we can follow your progress.
*Please bear with me as I catch up on your blogs and commenting… I’m back on track; albeit at a slow pace. Thank you all for your patience!
Positive Motivation Tip: The Statue of Liberty reminds us of our struggles, hopes and dreams… Keep them alive.