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Human Writes, A Poem About Protecting Human Rights

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You spit "Nay"


in our "Ayes"


to express


your oppress-


sive nature.




Nothing new-


old tea brewed;


spring cleaning-


first inning.




Soul-less laws




human rights,


to sell slaves.




Bordered walls


paved with blood-


stained bodies,


buried below.


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I Am Not Free

I am not free

but tense and unwavering


I am not heard

but roused and spoken for


I am not seen

but misguided and reassured 


I am not understood 

but manipulated and suppressed


I am not felt 

but raped and ashamed


I am not yours

but degraded and sold


I am not inanimate 

but painted and wound up


I am not free, how could I ev...

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Breaking the double yoke

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For ages
Saddled with
Domestic chores
Confined in doors
With a traditional muzzle
Devoid of a voice
With fellow housewives
We were sweltering
Under the class
And gender yoke
Seen weak though
We were strong as a rock.

Things taking
A positive turn,
When people about
Women's potential
Came to learn,
Enjoying a level ground
And expertise,
An outshining
Women farmers
We have begun...

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‘It’s my skin,’ she said,

But he still shook his head.

Did she not understand

The risk entailed? Once the

Fine pale surface was broken,

There was no going back.

The permanency of a foreign body

Worming its way beneath

Her flesh - this he could not 

Permit. For her own good.


Though he paid no heed

To the multicoloured rings

And patterns that each faded


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The Woman Behind the Veil - the great Burqa Debate...

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Here we ask is the media and the cosmetics industry as oppressive to women as the Islamic burqua?

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