PLEASE DO READ IT !
I may not have the beautiful face that you usually scroll your Instagram for,
But i swear i had a pretty face that you could adore.
I hope you remember, you proposed me.
I wasn't ready for love so I turned back.
You hit me on the face, it went all black.
YOU HAD SUCH A SCARY LOVE
As i am scared of my life now.
But no, i wont disallow.
Look into my eyes,
Tha lashes are burned,
My cheeks- they don't look like one.
You just burnt my face.
I wonder why not my soul?
I'm so thankful of you and your love.
I look so different now with a new identity.
But what about you ?
Aren't you the same?
That's okay !
I would suggest you to push me into the pond of acid.
I would cross it leaving the unforgettable marks of your deep love.
___________ Victim of your love ( with acid) #stopacidattacks#women#acid#attack#love#scary#scars#poetry#marks#cheeks#eyes#lashes#burnt#deep#thought#support
LINES BY MY DEAR FRIEND- @neharawat96
Ek ladki ne ek ladke ka proposal accept nhi kiya toh
Ladke ne ladki ke muh par #tezab fek diya
Ladki ne ladke se kaha ke- "chalo fek diya so
fek diya, ab kasoor bhi bta do mera...
Tumhara izhaar tha mera inkaar tha bss itni si baat par chehra fuuk diya mera....
Galti shyd meri hi thi ke mein tumhare pyaar ko pehchaan na saki.... Magar ab pehchan gyi hun....
Kya tum ab mujhe apnaoge...?? Kya tum ab meri ankho mein ankh dal kr kahoge....?? Agar tumhara pyaar saccha tha toh tum esi harkat karte hi naa.... "
Ladke ke pass bolne ke liye kuch nhi hota hai.... Woh rone lgta hai....
Ladki- "khuda se guzarish hai ke agle janam mein mujhe tumhari beti bnaye.... Aur mujhe tumhare jaisa hi aashiq mile... Tab tumhe
Pta chalega ki kisi apne ki zindgi barbad hone par kesa lgta hai....
GIRLS TUMHARI PERSONAL PROPERTY NHI HAI
KI USKE SAATH JO MANN MEIN AAYE WOH KAROGE TUM
UNKI LIFE HAI... UNKI CHOICE HAI... #soch badlo tabhi #desh badlega (I don't know whether you guys have read it earlier or not but I felt like sharing this....This is not for all boys ) #StopAcidAttacks
Like They are Several Rapist or criminals Who just don't even Rape a body they rape a Soul of a person. I couldnt get imagine what the torture and pain she went through Due to her Sick Husband. atlast Smile on her face Make me realise that woman are far more far more superior then man. God bless her she is An angel And Beautiful Too. God bless her
Repopost @sapnamotibhavnani #stopacidattacks#Stopcrimeagainstwoman #Bearealman
Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix // Ritu Saini (foreground), 21, and Rupa, 23, enjoy monsoon rains on a roof in Agra, India. Both women are acid attack survivors. A disfiguring and sometimes deadly retributive act generally taken by, or on behalf of, men whose advances the women rejected, acid attacks disfigure hundreds of women and girls in India every year. Formerly a volleyball player, Ritu was attacked by her cousin. After several reconstructive surgeries, she lost her left eye. Rupa was attacked when she was 15. Ritu now spends her days educating people about acid attacks while working at Sheroes Hangout Cafe @sheroeshangout in Agra, India, which is staffed by acid attack survivors and supported by the group @StopAcidAttacks. The group advocates for policies to help acid attack survivors.
Today it was announced that I am the recipient of this year’s Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award, granted each year to a female photographer since Anja’s tragic death in Afghanistan in 2014 by the International Women's Media Foundation @theiwmf. It is a tremendous, if bittersweet, honor to win an award in Anja’s name. I’ve long been moved by IWMF’s mission to unleash the potential of women journalists as champions of press freedom to transform the global news media. Today, I feel this is needed more than ever. I am humbled and proud that the jury would recognize my photojournalism in this way and be one of the women journalists supported and empowered by this prestigious organization. I am grateful for the awareness such a high profile honor will bring to the stories I shared in my application, including Ritu’s above, which was made on assignment last year for @natgeo. It is a privilege to share the stories of the women and girls who truly deserve an award for their courage. #women#girls#iwmf#sheroes#stopacidattacks
Every time I see the victims of acid attacks come out to tell their story and talk about things we cannot even imagine, I'm overwhelmed with emotions. It must take a lot of courage to stand in the limelight and talk about those struggles without any hint of embarrassment. They go through a lot and still out to fight for a cause. I worship such strength. A person's face is the most important part of one's identity. A face destroyed is an identity annihilated. Acid attack, more than burning the skin and forming the ugliest of scars, breaks a person- physically, emotionally, psychologically, and socially.
It is the part of this entire madness. This madness due to which people have to come out, protest and light candles to awaken others about things that should be infact the most integral part of humanity. The most important of which is respect for other human beings, regardless of gender, sex, colour or the choices they make. The most common cases of acid attacks are cases of unrequited love or unmet demands of the in-laws. These statistics, numbers on silent papers, speaks volumes about a society and a nation. Sometimes, I wonder why these things don't offend us more than a founder of an app calling us poor. Maybe, he wasn't even wrong.
The most recent decision taken by the uttarakhand HC to hear acid attack cases on a daily basis and concluding them within three months should be set as an example. More steps like these need to be taken. There's a long way to go, because no matter how far we process, as a nation if we can't ensure safety for women and citizens in general, we'll be leading nowhere.
A lot can improve.
Meanwhile, as a contribution, the least we can do is work on our mentality.