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by Vanessa Daniela This summer, I have read fascinating books that expanded my knowledge about society, cultures and human rights. I can not deny how shocked, sick, or enthusiastic I was after some chapters on these books. For some of them, you will need to have a thick skin to read thru pages of torture … Continue reading Women on Writing – Enthusiastic and Sad Life Lessons that We Should Read
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Sewa is an organization that provides education for girls in Gujarati, India. These poems were written by Sewa's students. I Poem: Our Country In the ocean of these relations There's one relation that is unique, that which I love... Which I repeatedly recall day and night Where the sand of sand dunes of desert Fly … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Poems from India
by Vaishnavi Sai Chutki the smartest Granny sang all the way Chutki the bravest Chutki the bravest Daddy was always right She kept dancing in her yellow skirt She played a lot, till the ribbons left her braid Chutki liked ice candy lemon,mango, orange, and rose He got her all four of them Uncle Joe, Uncle … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Chutki the smartest
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 @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 infinite thought diaries The bright sun was like a dark night, Any ray of hope was out of his sight, Doing wrong was a daily thing, Missing his happiness the lonely king, But thn she came with a new life, His heart's queen his forever wife, Though just in dreams but yet so near, And … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Father’s Bride
by Susan Llewelyn For a long time I couldn't go there look at that gapping hole instead I smoked it, drank it, ate it whole and wore it out trying everything but actually seeing the Grand Canyon in my soul Forged by the eternal mystery of time a travelling caravan of well worn loves and hurts, … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Whole
by D. Avery Some women Some women had their last treatment today Some their first Some were untreated. Some had heart attacks, some died Some lived. Some women felt dead inside Others felt vibrant and alive. Baby girls were born today borne of women become mothers While others became aunts, mentors, friends. Today, and yesterday, and … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: March 8th – International Women’s Day
by _bmgalloway (Part 1) If you'd have taken the time to read the small print in her eyes, you would have known that your hardware was not compatible with her system. Instead, you tried to make it compatible and now her system is broken, her files corrupt. (Part 2) I have watched her almost destroy her … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: If you’d have taken the time…