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Poetry
  • Reborn 11/25/2015
    One day a small incident shook me completely. But It also helped bring out all the hidden gender performances and fears in me. It made me challenge and question my fear of failure that was incapacitating me in this patriarchal culture that had limited me so far. It helped me to cast away the blinders that limited me from seeing my potential and question the status quo that limits us in rigid roles. That day I discovered a new self in me. I could not resist from expressing myself through poem - Reborn.

  • Resistance 07/04/2011

  • The International Day of Peace 09/21/2010

  • Arms and the Boy 06/17/2009

  • Do you Remember? 04/23/2009

  • Be the Change? 01/29/2009

  • Security 09/02/2008
    "Security" tells the story of a 26 years old Dorla tribal woman now living in a relief camp in India. This poem is part of a larger collection of works by Basanta Kar, which humanize development work with the intimate stories of those most directly affected by poverty and violence.

  • Below Afghanistan 12/04/2007
    Poetry by Lin Geary, Woodcut by Erich Hartman

  • On Walling Each Other Out in Israel & Texas 10/29/2007

  • Grassroots 05/14/2007

  • On human communicative fallibility 02/16/2007

  • A Few Words in Defense of Our Country 01/30/2007

  • A Brave and Startling Truth 10/27/2006
    This poem was written and delivered in honour of the 50th anniversary of the United Nations.

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