The Ten Facets of Free
By John Michael IsleyReader Comment
One. Not under the control or authority of another entity;
Having liberty, which means: freedom from slavery
And, or, captivity; independence specifically.
Two. Having liberties; both civilly, as well as politically.
Three. Loose; the ability to move in every direction
Four. Unburdened by debts, discomforts, or any
Other anxiety deemed to be obligatory.
Five. Similar to free verse which is, inadvertently:
Not confined to the rules followed normally.
Six. Inexact, or, not done precisely,
I.e.: to be translated freely.
Seven. Generous or profuse, which denote exactly:
Giving or giving abundantly, if not excessively.
Eight. Frank. We’re not talking hot-dogs here you see,
Rather, the quality of expression when speaking candidly.
Pen ultimately, nine. Being without cost, charge, or any fee
And finally ten. Clear of obstructions, completely.
Adjectivally, these are the ten facets of “free,”
Though, when used as a verb, its definition can be
Summed up singularly, definitively:
To make free:
A) To clear of obstruction, etcetera, or
B) To release from bondage, obligation, or any power