‘Fiction In A Flash Challenge’ Week #27 – Freedom, a poem



Silently waiting

Her reliable transport

Shining and cared for

Guaranteeing her freedom

Giving her much needed wings

by Robbie Cheadle

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75 thoughts on “‘Fiction In A Flash Challenge’ Week #27 – Freedom, a poem

      1. I know the feeling, but yesterday I “zoomed” with just one person, an author/friend I’ve known for years. We’ve read and reviewed each other’s books, and now I heard her actual voice and got a glimpse of her work space and art on the wall. We visited for 1 1/2 hours, and it was refreshing.

        Sometimes I skip some Zoom meetings, hard for a Type-A like me (and you possibly too)!

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  1. That brought back how I felt when I got my first ‘real’ bike. It was a Christmas present, when I was 12 years old. Drop handlebars, five gears, and all in chrome. I felt like I was riding the Rolls-Royce of bikes. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I also had this freedom, Elizabeth. It is no longer available to people living in cities, there is to much traffic and sometimes crime. My kids do cycle but not on their own like I did. It’s a sport now that city people do in groups at set times. Kids don’t ride to school in the cities anymore.

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      1. Hi Liz, We do have bike trails here and lots of beautiful places where people can cycle. You have to be a bit careful because of high crime rates and bikes are a target for some criminals. That is why I stopped cycling.


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