July 7, 2016

A poem by Judy Moskowitz: "Born Into Freedom"

Judy Moskowitz started playing piano at the age of three and became a professional jazz musician. She has performed throughout the New York City area and was part of the jazz scene in New York. Judy started writing poetry three years ago and has been published by Michael Lee Johnson in Midnight Dreamers Of The Yellow Haze, The Poet Community.com, Whispers Of The Wind. Leaves Of Ink, Robin Hislop editor of Poetry Life & Times. She currently resides in Boca Raton Florida where she continues to play jazz and write poetry. They live side by side in her veins and soul.


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Photograph Courtesy of Ken Allan Dronsfield


 




Born Into Freedom

I can swim with Dolphins
March in counter culture time
Feel my own existence
Because it belongs to me
Choosing to write words
Of the four letter kind
Dancing in free form
Read without filters
Dream big or small
I was born into freedom
You cannot amend
My flow of thought
To draw caricatures on canvas
Or on the bathroom wall
I live in free verse
Unveiled by choice
I am a Christian
A Jew
A Muslim
An atheist
I am the wind
Born into freedom

~Judy Moskowitz







3 comments:

  1. That's simply divine; I especially love the celebratory 6 last line's which have left me with a huge smile generated by your freedom song. I like this feeling; thank you. ❤

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  2. That's simply divine; I especially love the celebratory 6 last line's which have left me with a huge smile generated by your freedom song. I like this feeling; thank you. ❤

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  3. Lovely Judy, a wonderful piece for Independence Day!

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