By Julia Schroers
Sea split freedom — a poem
Editor’s Note: The Forward is featuring essays, poems and short stories written for our Young Writers Contest. Today’s entry was written by Julia Schroers, a 14-year-old student from Guilford, CT. You can find more work from our young writers here In order to be free, your cold brass shackles must fall to the earth, releasing…
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