blackmail press 31 Margin alization
Marginalization - Pauline Canlas Wu
Kelvin Fowler grew up just south of Dunedin, New Zealand. He is presently working with, among other people groups, orphans in the ex-Soviet country of Lithuania. Kelvin can be contacted at www.lunch.lt
A Fresh Red Wound In horror she watched her drunken mother tumble to her end and in horror she read of her drunken father's death ten years institutionalised and craving the honour of being treated as if someone cares for her, that is her life cast into the shadows of school to be tolerated not taught a bad one, an orphanage kid drowning in a system that refuses to acknowledge her existence slowly she sinks into the claws of poverty its talons wrapped around her throat quenching her pain with the spirits of addiction until death shares her bed she is an orphan a fresh red wound from an old Soviet scar. Emo My hair is in my eyes, it's a tragedy. black sunburnt leaves floating spiralling down in the winds of depression I am an emo. Surviving in the pain and suffering that I call existence. emotional emotionally hardcore Suicide is such an unjust ending when your shoe lace is undone. that's heavy.