REETESH SABR

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Trafficking Turmoil


Whenever we see some
sufferings around us
An intense gush of emotion
suddenly hound us
Feel sad for a while and then
in our world we live with smile..
while the sufferers are still
in the life called exile: (
and there comes a woman
who dares to walk
that extra mile, to bring out
every suffering daughter of
this world from
the trafficking turmoil!
Hats Off Ma'm!


(Wrote after seeing this courageous, self willed lady Ms. Anuradha Koirala of Nepal, who started a welfare home for the ill fated women who are trapped into flesh business & are trafficked by scoundrels)

Submitted: Monday, May 09, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 09, 2011

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