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The Sound Of Sirens

By D. Sager, published on Jun 13, 2013

...bring labor, enough work to leave me exhausted. Perhaps I actually live a life beyond the awakened drudgery of normalcy? Society feels no compassion for the sweat obtained through dreams, and yet, that's were the miracles of living are brought to a vivid reality. Yes, my thoughts are work, yes, that's my job, and yes, from it I am weary and sweaty. I'm off to work again, don't look for me on the street, my tasks take me to roads never seen, and I dance with voices never heard. -

See more at: http://www.opinionsofeye.com/2013/06/the-sounds-of-sirens.html#sthash.eGEZ84RH.dpuf

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Tags: dancing, dreams, philosophy, ice, dance, street, beer, sleep, sounds, aimless, sweat, pillow, sirens, edgar allan poe

THE LITTLE LIGHT POINT WILL LET SHINE THE LIGHT IN AFRICA

By RoninA, published on Dec 14, 2011

...possible system for protecting children irrespective of their religion, ethnicity, age and disability.

But in a society where the rule of law does not operate and in most cases does not exist where corruption seems to be the order of the day this dream seems to be light years away to a street child as far as the society is concerned he is unknown and unseen, he stands at the corner of the street and waits roughly through the crowds on hard rocky roads bare footed.

Homeless children walk in rubbish and dig hard metals and coopers just to have a meal, he tentatively works in... (more)

Tags: christmas, love, peace, children, future, happiness, street, compassion, new generation

Street Children Are a Waiting Disaster in Africa

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jul 21, 2010

Children on streets are becoming too numerous in Africa. This is due to several factors like lack of social and political interest to protect them as the future for the national development. But despite this, I still believe that we are not waiting to revive Jonathan Swift’s A Modest Proposal to the Irish government in the wake of increased street children on Irish streets, to consent to the plight in our countries. In fact, in the minds of Swift, since there were many street children whom the city and perhaps government authorities had failed to contain or rid off the streets, the said children... (more)

Tags: children, africa, street, disaster

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