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A TRUE STORY OF STUDENTS,WHO ASKED FOR JUSTICE,BUT RECEIVED DEATH...... NOTICE:THERE IS EVERYTHING TRUE WITHOUT THE CHARACTER FARAZ.HE IS JUST ADDED FOR MAKE THIS STORY GOOD.BUT HIS STORY IS NOT FAKE.THERE IS A LOT OF BOY LIKE FARAZ.EVEN I ALSO POST EVIDENCE IN THE LAST CHAPTER.PLS SEE THAT.............. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 31, 2018

Interrogates the relationship between the Written & Spoken word in the context of Black Resistance Struggles. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a sketch of my time in Nicaragua in April when the protest broke out against current Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega Read More
Peter Marshal has a problem, and maybe he has the answer. Read More
Protesting the established. The life of Lenny Bruce. Read More

Tags: life, protest

A political essay about our current political environment Read More
this poem is very special. although we all have a right to protest we must do it peacefully. if we do we will get better results. Read More

Tags: peace, protest

A poem about the struggle for liberty, written on Worker's day and inspiered by tge Paris labour protests! Enjoy1 Read More
This poem is about Pakistani government who after every genocidal attack on Hazara nation comes out of his house condemns with his traditional words. He does not do and has not done anything at all to stop Hazara Genocide by fighting with the taliban and bring peace for Hazara.. Read More

Tags: protest

This poem is about Hazara people who protest every single day against Hazara Genocide and for peace and justice. They hold banners that cry for peace and justice. Children, mothers, fathers, old and young all protest but the goverrnment is deaf and blind and does even bother to do anything. Read More

Tags: protest

This poem talks about the Hazara women of my birthplace - Quetta Pakistan who protest against Hazara Genocide and for peace and justice along with men and their children after every killing incident occurs. Read More

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"Red Afternoon" is about a day when the city of Calcutta was rocked by violence out and out, in the name of protest. the incident led to a total commotion, immobilizing the city for a few hours. Read More
Sergeant First Class Rock Hard of Cold Water, Kansas, is a United States Army Ranger. One of the best. Today, he is leading a six man team of Rangers on a reconnaissance of one of the most dangerous areas of Afghanistan, an area where Rangers, Recon Marines, and United States… Read More
The Allegory of the Passage: A Short Story Inspired by the Allegory of the Cave—a timeless commentary on life and knowledge authored by a long dead European male. Civilization survived the truth of the Cave and America has survived and even thrived in spite of the fictions of the tea… Read More
About the current situation in the United States regarding predominantly black civilians being brutalized and murdered by the police force. Rough draft Read More
A symbolist poem protesting the evils of Christianity and organized religion in general Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 05, 2014

A surrealistic poem protesting all types of familial, social and religious opression Read More
A surrealistic, tongue-in-cheek narrative poem protesting the evils of organized religion, etc. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 05, 2014

A mildly symbolist, partly narrative poem, also prostesting the repression of women and the poor Read More
A straight-forward partly narrative poem also protesting the Iraqi war Read More
A symbolist poem protesting the evils of unrestrained commercialism, organized religion and societal oppression, etc. Read More
You wouldn’t know it judging by the amount of sexy “selfies” and pictures of people’s lunches that pop up in your news feed, but there are actually some important movements happening online. The Egyptian uprisings of 2011 are commonly known as the “Facebook revolution”, the Moldavian revolt of 2009 has… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Nothing is wrong with peace and love. It is all the more regrettable that so many of Christ's followers seem to disagree. Read More
Curiosity is natural in all of us, but the more we search for answers the more questions that begin to ask; thereby leaving us with less then we started with. Read More
It is a light-hearted attack on heteronormativity; but I'm not a misogynist! I'm from India and Indian Cable television doesn't pander to queer tastes.. Read More
With social and economic disorder spreading across the country, a young teenage girl embarks on a journey to join a massive and revolutionary political movement of teen "feral camps". Read More
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