A New Morning At “Tahrir Square”…

They gathered there … from all walks of life

All they ask for is to have their rights

Women and men … grey hair and young

All they chant is a freedom song

The world watches … from behind the screens

All they want from us is to share their dreams

From far away … there came the horses

All they wanted was to shut their voices

From roof tops … there came the flames

All they wanted was to burn their names

In blood and fire … they laid all night

All they want is to keep the fight

Brave souls … Hearts that dare

A New Morning comes again to Tahrir Square

About Sam

Cerca Trova is the Latin for ” Seek and you Shall Find “…. I’ve been in constant search for meaningful answers to many issues in my life..i have found some and many are still missing… I found answers in music, in poetry,in other’s words,and my personal experience… Yet I’m still seeking answers for so much more… I would love to share with you what I’ve found so far,and take you along on my journey in seeking the rest…
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8 Responses to A New Morning At “Tahrir Square”…

  1. Mary says:

    Brave souls indeed.

    • Pat Cegan says:

      For all who have the courage and faith to speak their truth, I honor you before our Creator.

      Strong and beautiful poem that tells a message we should all pay attention to…speak your truth! Thanks for this poem and lesson. Hugs, pat

  2. It’s sad what’s happening in Egypt. They are brave souls, indeed. I hope their new morning will be a good, peaceful one.

  3. Scent of my heart says:

    I am a big fan of Egypt and everything connected to Egypt, it’s sad with all the happenings there, but they do have reasons to be out there and protest for a better life, let’s hope they will find a peaceful way to solve the situation! Thanks for this post! Great poem, having in mind the happenings in Egypt!

  4. Scent of my heart says:

    Greetings! How are you?

    I am Blaga, Community Consultant Assistant from Jingle Poetry : http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

    You are welcome to join us this Sunday for our Monday Poetry Potluck Week 21, we are open 8pm, American Central, will remain open for 72 hours,

    First time participant is encouraged to share 1 to 3 random poems or poems unrelated to our theme.

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    Week 21 Theme: Aims, Goals, and Ambitions


  5. Kudos to you for this fine acknowledgement of our Egyptian brothers and sisters.

    Poem on, Sam. Lovely.

  6. Bodhirose says:

    I’m totally thrilled by what the people of Egypt accomplished by hitting the streets in protest. It proves that people bound together with a single intention can bring about incredible change for the better. When you join forces and join voices–so much can be changed.

    Thanks for sharing such a great message, Sam.

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