I Want To Go

I Want To Go

a poem by Ginger Cochran

 

Rebirth, 2019. Ginger Cochran. Yarn fiber, cotton rope, beach wood, wire and found wooden ring, 38 x 14 inches

Rebirth, 2019. Ginger Cochran. Yarn fiber, cotton rope, beach wood, wire and found wooden ring, 38 x 14 inches

I want to go to a land that is bright

I want to go to a land that is safe

I want to go to a land that is free

 

I want to go to a home that is loving

I want to go to a home that is warm

I want to go to a home that is free

 

I want to go to a mountain that is bold

I want to go to a mountain that is brilliant

I want to go to a mountain that is free

 

I want to go to a valley that is awesome

I want to go to a valley that is fertile

I want to go to a valley that is free

 

I want to go far and wide

I want to go wild and proud

But I’ll go to my own heart….

The only place that is free.

Photo source: the author

Photo source: the author

About the author:

Ginger Cochran is an abstract painter and fiber sculptor, as well as emerging poet, residing in Denton Texas. She is currently working on her first poetry collection, Doorways, to be published in 2019. To see more of her prose, visit Self Labeled.


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