Monday, March 16, 2009

This is how we treat our Mothers in Kenya (Pt 3)

Daily Nation Headline (March 16th 2009):












Roses are red, violets are blue,
I will buy you flowers
Because I care for you....


3 comments:

Mihoney Inspirational writings; maana ya maono! said...

pitapitaIf we cannot look after these... these mothers always make me think a lot. And it is not enough to think, to dream or even give. But thanks for keeping this image searing my mind. I know poetry is not enough... but thanks. As for these and so many other mothers; how do we forgiveness ask.. as we spen billions on teas and flowers and etc...

Philo

Crystal Kigoni said...

A picture is worth a thousand words... These pictures are worth much more.

We are organizing a Women in Black group here in Mombasa (Likoni side) and are gathering folks who would like to participate. We will be holding weekly silent vigils in public places to bring public attention to the plight of women in Kenya. So if any of you readers out there are women who have had enough with violence and injustice in Kenya, please send me an email at crystal@voicesofafrica.org.

Sukuma Kenya said...

Philo: we all know who they got their ideas from: "if they don't have bread, let them eat..."

Crytal: great idea and wish you best of luck. You should send an email or post on your blog more details so we can forward to others...good luck!

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