Pavithra C.P

India

"Reading is dreaming with open eyes"
15 years old (2020)
LOVE LITERATURE
Budding author
Books are a treasure <3 <3
Indian
Karate black belt
Dancer
Reading & writing= My passion
<3 <3 <3

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I am quite new to the atmosphere around here. I am just a 9th grader as of 2020 :) and this is my first blog. I hope to get maximum support from you guys. I am open to all sorts of critique to improvise myself!! Be my fans and I will be yours, well a bigger one :)
Feel free to surf through my work when you find time.
Thank you
LOVE YOU GUYS!!

The Anguished Scream

April 7, 2020

Performance Link- https://youtu.be/FhI7DU1XT1s

Those never-ending cries of pain
have gone now!
Those scars you drew through my heart
have faded now!

I am no different than you all
Just a little meeker well you can say
No more can I keep my
anguished screams at bay!

I have been succumbed
to mustering silence
I have been considered
less of a human 

No leech could suck out this poison
No god can purify the soul corrupted by birth status!
Isn't what you taught your children
that I am an untouchable?

Jarring breath notes punctuated my words
But not anymore!
For i am strong!
Stronger than anyone could ever be!
I am 'Untouchable'!
For those of you who don't know- WHAT IS UNTOUCHABILITY?
Untouchability
, in its literal sense, is the practice of ostracising a minority group by segregating them from the mainstream by social custom or legal mandate.
The term is most commonly associated with treatment of the Dalit communities in the Indian subcontinent who were considered "polluting", but the term has also been loosely used to refer to other groups, such as the Cagots in Europe, and the Al-Akhdam in Yemen. Traditionally, the groups characterized as untouchable were those whose occupations and habits of life involved ritually polluting activities, such as fishermen, manual scavengers, sweepers and washermen.

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  • Deep_Breaths

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    yes, just follow the rules


    9 months ago