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TITLE: Freedom Knocks
By Stacey LaMontagne
08/05/06
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This is somewhat evangelistic, but I think it speaks to us all. Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks. Ok, I have made some changes as suggested.
Prisoner,
do you long to be free?
Do you still feel that chain?
Do you know the door is locked?

Dust gathers at your feet.
You are shackled down.
Light barely finds a tiny crack.
Musty staleness fills the air.
How long has it been?
Were you born there?

Desperation has faded.
Maybe you are comfy there.
Well most days you are.
You wish for death at times.

Do you hear that sound?
Someone knocks.
Can you hear a pleading voice?
“Let me in!”

How?
How can you get up?
“Let me in.”
The voice pleads and knocks.
“Rise up prisoner!
Get up and open the door.”
Freedom knocks.

The invitation is given.
Will you accept?
Your freedom knocks.
Faith will give you legs.
Make a choice.
Decide in your heart.
Proclaim with your lips.
Ask, accept, get up, be free.
Open the door.
Freedom is real.
Will you accept?
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