Alienation! The Cry For Equality

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Ritvik Tomar
Mar 14, 2020   •  2 views

Small unemployed boys, still crying for the food on the street of the road covered with trucks and luxury cars. The hungry children, who are still crying for the food, begging to everyone. But the crowed people, wearing heavy clothes and shiny jewels, ignoring the small gifts of god. As they pass through the footpath in their heavy vehicles, they throw the half food on the road.
They smile come from the slum children as they saw the wasted food coming from the large black car. The food, which is a waste for some kings and princes, is the meal for the whole day for the children, who still cannot wear the clothes to cover their full body.
As they rush towards the food, lying on the road. They pick up the pieces of sandwiches and potato fries, covered in dirt.
The smile covered their face as they feed each other, with their tiny hands and little fingers. The love, they cherished cannot be bought by any money or gold. It’s just pure heart-searching happiness for having whatever they have.
After watching all of these moments, a big smile comes on the face of a black girl. The 15-year-old girl is still bullied by her friends and her classmate because of her color and her appearance.
“Why Am I like this?”, she thought as her smile disappear into tears and she continues to blame herself while going to her home from the same footpath as she knows she has to endure that bully and torture from the society every day.

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