We are proud to announce Gricey RT's new collection. She highights in her geometric art women in arts, inventions, mission and business. You can acquire any of this art pieces on her website http://www.griceyrt.com. Frida Kahlo: Mexican self-portrait artist and feminist. Yoko Ono: Japanese multimedia artist, singer, songwriter, and peace activist. Princess Diana: Member of the … Continue reading Gricey RT New Collection
by Charlie Brewer Where Do We Go Now is the story of a small Lebanese village threatened by Christian-Muslim conflicts. The village is unnamed. The time is unspecified. It could be anywhere, anytime The men in the isolated village get along well with one another, until they get wind of the international conflicts between their … Continue reading Where Do We Go Now – Director Nadine Labaki
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by @theframedsky Daughter listen to me you who may never be for I fear for the future the future we are trying to shape slowly but with haste we are pushing for you to never have to fear never have to question your feelings Daughter trust me I'll keep pushing to be a better person so … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Daughter listen to me
by poetrylover Push me down, but I know I will stand back up. Throw me into the fire, pour as much oil as you'd like. I'll rise on the other end, I'll rise stronger than I was before. You can try to hurt me, try as hard as you want. But you won't see, with every … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Push, me down,
by... No one really cares if you smile or you cry Life goes on if you're alive or you die This is a world of real people living a lie Too busy faking smiles I wish I knew why And then came a day when I learnt to say 'No' I listened to my heart … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: No one really cares if you smile or you cry
by Katie Hogan Part I In the foggy torrent of Hurricane Floyd, I am born with curiosity that tumbles behind blue eyes. I terrify my parents with my own thunder. Part II I am too young to remember when I first learn that I am better seen and not heard. Part III I am hollow and … Continue reading Poetry Contest: The Unsilencing
by Emma Beckenham In the distance A woman wearing confidence Like a pearl necklace Unafraid of her future And unaffected By the circumstances She finds herself in For you see She is me A few steps ahead And although I'm not there yet She is cheering me on And I can see her In the distance.
Just like any other girl, she grows and develops From a baby to an adult, she turns with gallops Moving from crawling to falling and then to running She has a spark like every girl within that keeps burning That’s not all about her. She grows with certain morals. “You must be fully covered before […] … Continue reading An Indian Girl — Live Your Dreams 24/7
by Parvinder Push me closer Tightly Let our Breath flow Mightily. Touch the Lips Smoothly. Let me feel Soothely. While the Heart beats Fastly. Let our Love flourish Vastly. In last, just want always you be as mine. With your Body having my Love's Sign.
by Parvinder Her Heart is like ocean. Which is full of emotions. Her Body is full of Pearls. Like wave has Hairy curls. Where my Soul wants to Sink. By listening her melodious clink. Now, I only want your permission. By my Heart doing submission.