Does it die like humans do? Does it slowly
wither and wilt, while it’s own organs begin
to betray it? Or, is it more like a gunshot?
A quick darkening? Where does it go?
Is there a heaven for love? Does it slip
through some invisible drain in our chest?
Does it, like water, just…
This photo won the “Pulitzer Prize” in 1994 by Kevin Carter. The picture shows a sick and hungry child crawling to the UN food camp located about half a mile away. The vulture is waiting for the kid to die so it can eat him. This was a very shocking picture and no one knows what became of the kid, not even Kevin Carter.
We often see such strong pictures and wonder why the photographer didn’t do anything to help. Kevin Carter got a lot hate for not helping the child and leaving as soon as he took the photograph. Three months after he received the Pulitzer Prize, he committed suicide because of depression.
I will never understand why he left the kid there and walked away.
This literally brought me to tears, wow.
Bruce Lee sparring with Ip Man 1955
Martin X Gina
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I want a little sugar
In my bowl
I want a little sweetness
Down in my soul
I could stand some lovin’
Oh so bad
I feel so funny and I feel so sad