Photographer Sophia Hsin uses her camera to speak out against child labor: “Now that I know about these things, it seems quite foolish to stay silent.” via Photos from Bangladesh: A Campaign with World Vision Canada — Discover
by Rahmat Idiaro D. A cool, serene and well fragranced arena appealing to her poor innocent soul It breezes of coolness and flourishment melts the stony heart She looked up to the smiling moon and she smiled back Behold was the charming appariton of a cool gentleman of mensch with a smiley and handsome personality He … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: The Fictitious Crush
by Adrienne, Our hearts are wracked With sobs of pain Our tears do overflow. Our souls are numb With disbelief By turmoil plunged too low. Is this the end Of hopes, of dreams? "Is this the end?" we cry. Two choices lie Ahead of us-- To either run or rise. We will not run "For … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Our hearts are wracked…
by the transformative heart You can shatter who you think I am, but your disrespect can not dismantle me. My soul dwells fervently within with or without your approval.
by Anuj Abraham Rebellious, she was, the decision was made. Irrespective of the pain, she decided to walk on the blade. Life wasn't a bed of roses nor was it a walk on burning coals. Yet she had decided she won't be tamed. She wanted to be free. She was a spirit, that wandered, a bird … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: The Rebellious Bird
by Anuj Abraham She has suffered. She has endured a lot. She has seen the worst. She has been a failure, a lost cause. She suffered in silence. She hoped. She was caged. She was humiliated. She was tortured, mentally. Disrobed of her peace but She fought. She survived. She was cheated. She was destroyed. … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: She Fought
by Chingona52g Filled with sadness Broken and underappreciated , yet SHE wakes up to, "RISE."
by @thoughtsinboxes When you said I couldn’t be anything, I never doubted you for once. You were right. I am a warrior, I am a chaser of the light. I couldn’t be anything, I already was something, and that something was so damn powerful.
by Annie One day...She WOKE up. She REALIZED....that the environment in which her generation existed was fictitious. She embarked on a journey... She OBSERVED, EVALUATED, and learned to APPRECIATE LIFE! She got in touch with her spirit, and recognized this as her identity. She removed the value from her body and placed it on her … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: One day…She WOKE up…
by Annie The crisp winds caressed her cheek As she ran out of words to speak She sought a new muse every week Her mind grew roses when she'd sleep Arising just to trim the stems She grew new gardens at nights end If she embraces when she wakes Her roses will not be at … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: The crisp winds caressed her cheek
The Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development , Sen. Aisha Alhassan, on Saturday said the Chibok girls were ready for academic session in September and pleaded with abductors to release the remaining girls. Sen. Aisha Alhassan disclosed this during a lunch with the released Chibok girls and their parents in Abuja. “They will be […] … Continue reading via NEWS : Sen. Aisha Alhassan – Released students (Chibok girls) to resume school in September — OKWY BLOG
The Good Women of China lifts the veil on reality of life for women from that country. via Hidden voices of Chinese women [book reviews] — BookerTalk