Here is another poem that I actually dated! I wrote it on March 10, 2017 as a homework assignment for my history class. Hope you like it!
(Latin) poetas, poetatis, m. — poet
So, inspiration comes at the weirdest of times.
There are so many trafficking survivors out there that have severe depression and anxiety. If we shows these girls and boys the love of Christ, we can see them “blossom.”
They will flourish as a person and will feel the never ending joy Christ gives to his children. Anything as simple as just smiling at them and being kind to them can show these victims Jesus’ unconditional love……if just given the chance.
Thanks to Christopher for the poem!
Thank you for reading my posts and contributing in the fight against human trafficking. Just a reminder that I am a teenager, but that doesn’t mean I can’t make a difference. That is the whole reason for this blog– to make aware human trafficking and to give me a way to make a real difference in the world. I don’t need to be famous to impact the world for Christ. I just need to reach out to those within arms length. It helps that my arms reach the keyboard on my computer so thousands upon thousands of people are literally at arms length.
I made a joke.
No one is laughing which is perfectly fine. I’m not upset at all. Ok. I’m really upset because I always thought I was funny. Now my hopes and dreams have been crushed. Let that be on your conscience.
This mini poem I interpreted as very relevant to my blog topic. There are a lot of dark things that happen in the silence of the night. Enjoy, learn, and kudos to Christopher Mc Geown! You’re very talented.
Something I’ve seen on the Interweb is that a lot of people wonder why don’t the captive try to escape?
There are many different reasons why. Some girls Continue reading
Not long ago, cops in San Antonio, CA busted a trafficking move in the parking lot of a local Walmart. Continue reading
NOTE: Alterations have been made to protect the person’s identity and whereabouts.
This is a story of a little girl (we will call her “P” to protect her identity) told by her adopted mother on her encounters with sex-trafficking.
I feel it is necessary to show images of what marks people have gotten from being trafficked. (I found all these on google so if you want to see more, be careful what you search and know once you see something, you can’t “unsee” it.)