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Poetry from Bosnia & Herzegovina: The Right to Speak

Written in Bosnian & translated to English by Maid Corbic

THE RIGHT TO SPEAK

To be independent means to be free.
Look at the whole world of vibrant colours.
Even when others are wrong,
Being free is your choice.

Independence is given by clarity in speech.
The path to success is difficult.
Because with good people, anything is possible.
The right to speak is the right to freedom.

Each flower tells a story for itself.
People need to share knowledge with others
Because that's how they can create a more beautiful world,
Prosperous for your future.

Be just what you are,
Even if they call you crazy.
What do you care -- you are free --
Independent of other people's problems!

Maid Corbic is from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He lives in Tuzla and spends most of his free time writing. He is a global poet.

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