The Cancer Voice Asia | Free people are blissfully happy and they can choose to be happy wherever they are. Photo by Catherine McMahon on Unsplash.

What Does Freedom Mean To Me?

Photo by Luca Upper on Unsplash

Freedom smells like an unpolluted air.
It tastes like a bland food diet.
One of its bad side?
I am still dying to eat cakes!
One of its good side?
I finally stopped drinking coffee!

Being free is —
I don’t need to look back to what or who are behind and already forgotten.
Cos’ while being in prison,
It was a privilege to earn the freedom there forthwith.

As freedom is warranted,
It’s like an ocean.
It can be calm or still,
And rough or rigid.
No matter how ambiguous, it is,
Life with freedom after surviving
Is beautiful.

Cielo Superticioso
A Leiomyosarcoma Survivor ❤

Cielo Superticioso, is the author of The Cancer Voice Asia created last August 2017. She is committed and determined to start a campaign to strengthen the cancer awareness. This campaign aims to make The Cancer Voice heard in Asia, especially in Vietnam. And so it continues, The Cancer Voice officially launched in 2018, reaching out Vietnamese to strengthen the education of cancer.

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