POETRY PROMOTING A GLIMMER OF HOPE
Re:imagining Paper to Build Better Walls
A single sheet of paper
250 words gifted from a creator
Sparkled with magic by an illustrator
Stories shared from across the Earth
Seeds of knowledge and insights birth
Shining a light on every child’s worth
All deserve a chance to learn and read
More than a want, it’s a basic need
Limitless potential to be freed
When world wisdom is spoken
Imagination past survival awoken
Generational cycles broken
Walls that words can break
A single sheet of paper is all it takes
A better world is what it creates
About a year ago, Sanjukt Saha reached out to me and other writers on Medium to write one of these magical books.
I was still very much finding my confidence in sharing my writing on Medium so I hesitated.
Those feelings of “not good enough- yet” were there.
It was the spirit of the cause that drove me to take part and write something.
When I read my words now- well I cringe a little BUT it was where I was at the time AND it led me to magic.
A world of hope.
Hope that the world can change through words.
Honoured to play a little role to plant seeds of change with WallOBooks.
This weekend WallOBooks made itself known on Product Hunt.
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Thank you for reading.
Thank you for your support.
Most of all – thank you for being you.
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