A child cries in exile, whimpers of pain gripped onto his soul. He asks, she asks; when will I be safe? Why do men fight? Going to war like there is no tomorrow. The pain is fleeting only when the children are sleeping but, they see, they hear and they know what adults are up … Continue reading PoeticThursdays: A child cries.
Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor), Rio de Jainero, Brazil. 1922 and 1931 Love is stronger than pain now, even then when the pain of flesh could not outweigh his love for men. Love was stronger than pain then, even now that he has freed me from guilt and shame. Love is stronger than pain now, … Continue reading PoeticThursdays: Love… now and then; then and now.
#MwiyaMukumbuta #MuviTV Reporter: Mwiya Mukumbuta, MuviTV News, Livingstone, Zambia. We are humbly requesting well-wishers to come to the aid of Monica, an unemployed single mother in Livingstone, Zambia who is seeking help to purchase a wheelchair for her son, Philip who suffers from celebral Palsy. Celebral Palsy, also known as CP is a congenital disorder … Continue reading Feature: A mother’s cry to well-wishers.
The world is filled with a thousand varied types of cosmetic products including but, not limited to soaps, creams, serums, scrubs, lotions and face masks. Hence, it can be difficult to choose the right products, particularly the ones that are good for you skin type. Well, I hope by now you know what type of … Continue reading Busk in a lifetime of clear skin – part 3
We cannot continue to deny the waging war between patriarchy and feminism in our world today. It is because of the ideology of patriarchy that the doctrine of feminism emerged seeking reform for patriarchal principles that are deemed as oppressive to women. The idea in the world is that, patriarchy is a prime obstacle to … Continue reading A Waging War: Patriarchy and Feminism in
We all are but, dust. Time bombs; hours on a wall clock of the earth. As it ticks so, our time lapses; melting into oblivion with memories of our lives together pinned down to the walls of the planet. We are signs of life crafted and molded for the purpose of good but when time … Continue reading PoeticThursdays: Clad in memories
Last time we discussed habitual skin care factors in a vague and precise manner. However, today I would like to deepen our discussion on one of the habits which we discussed last week which is knowing your skin. In a world where skin care and treatment has become a value and part of a popular … Continue reading Busk in a lifetime of clear skin – part 2
I will caress you with my gentle hands; you will know my touch even from the inside, I will feed you, so you won't be hungry and I will let you drink from the cup of fulfilled promises because I will not let you down, child of mine. I will bring you forth into this … Continue reading PoeticThursdays: Child of mine
Ever heard of the saying "First impressions are important"? Well, because of unforeseen circumstances and situations in life, this is unfair but, it is a true fact of life. Every human being is first judged by their physical appearance and skin problems like Acne Vulgaris are capable of influencing one's quality of life tremordously. Acne … Continue reading Busk in a lifetime of clear skin – part 1
Hello hello! Sweet August in my soul, sweet August in my heart. The Gradiolus blooms, the Poppy shoots; happy flowers in the month of August sweeten the air, and make it's fragrance fair. Happy babies, happy souls; born in August, a soothing tale. Majestic at heart, wealthy in the mind, over flowing into the world. … Continue reading Special feature: Hello sweet August #poem