Workshop # 2
is still uttered in the world
Who would have surmised
That going into the 21st Century
we would still need the word
Emancipation exploded in my mind.
Emancipation, that's the way it goes.
I'm not going to be your slave anymore.
Emancipation, since the beginning of time.
Emancipation, I'm going to make them mine.
The Greeks, Romans, Persians, Islam,
throughout the world.
Emancipation, freedom, free, to be.
Emancipation, shackle, yoke, you and me.
Escape is impossible to survive.
Evasion, hiding, dodging to remain alive.
Evil, devilry, ugly, destructive, ruinous
disastrous, calamitous describe slavery.
The British, French, Dutch, Spanish
Portuguese, Americans and other nations
made it's lucrative plea.
It wasn't until Lincoln's Proclamation
and the 13th Amendment that the U.S.
claimed to be free.
Workshop # 2
A Golden Tomorrow by Pavalamani Pragasam
Again by Patrick Durnil
Bliss by Pavalamani Pragasam
Chakra-View by Maalok
Emancipation by Frank Sheehan
Eyes of the Child by Cynthia Proctor
Heritage by Hecletia
India by Dr. Soumya Panigrahi
Inner Lights by Judy N. Morningstar
Just Another Day by Danielle
Kaal Chakra by B.K. Swaminathan
Liberated by Mary Ann Harrison
Life Holding Life by Shubhra Krishan
Life Moves On by Rajender Krishan
Lost and Alone by Beth Hancock
Missing Link by Hillol Ray
My Grandpa by Pavalamani Pragasam
Nirvana by Ramendra Kumar
Nurturing Naiveté by Anton Piskac
Ode To A Grandchild by Mallik Bulusu
Pearls of Wisdom by Subhajit Ghosh
Poverty by Esmond Jones
Remembering Father by Nicholas LaMattina
Rest by Pavalamani Pragasam
Safe by Pavalamani Pragasam
Suffering by Ankita Kumar
The Picture by Maria Reed-Shore
The Wheel of Life by Anonymous
The Wheel of Time by Bijal Dwivedi
The Wheel of Time by Shveta Kabra
Wheel by Ambika Bhatt
Wheel of Fortune by Hillol Ray
Wheel of Time by Meenakshi Madhur
Wheel: Symbol of Progress by Dr. C.S. Shah
You Are The Purpose of My Life by Meera Chowdhry
You, Me and The Wheel of Time by Suniti Chandra Mishra
Youth & Reminiscence by Joseph Allen Hardy