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I had to share the following piece of writing with you written by Issy in year 4 this morning. The class have been focusing on freedom and captivity as two concepts as part of their literacy and work on the Sustainable Development Goals. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.

Eagle

I used to be free. Used. I would soar gracefully across the plains, doing cartwheels in the air. Would. I could roam. Could. That was before life changed. Before I got shot down. Before my life was ruined. Before I lost hope. Now I cannot fly. I am enclosed in a small space. I cry. But no-one comes. I plead. But they throw rotten fruit at me. I protest. But they clip back my wings. I do not matter any more. No-one cares. The world betrayed me. There is no hope. No trust. No happiness. Just betrayal, slavery and hate. I am away from home. It'll never be the same again. It's a lost cause.

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