Way out of Labyrinth


It lay right in front of her,

She felt the boniness of skull; cracked open, under her trembling fingers.

The heart still trying to breathe; pounding,

Blood sputtering and then it hushed; calm.

Standing in the pool of blood; her innocently malevolent eyes wavered around

Terrified; Amazed; Victorious: Relieved.

A job is done, perfectly.

A life ended, instantly.

But different pieces of her shattered body

Scattered, disorganized on the black tar asked – “Why?”

She admired the mess she had made of them and smiled; scorned,

“I found an easy way,” she said, “An easy way to end this suffering. Fast.”

Dear Mom

You’re my Wonder Woman.

No matter how many times I fall,

With you by my side, I’ll rise again.

I wield the courage glowing in your fierce heart,

I swim in the light of your beautiful eyes, and when I get tired,

I sleep under the shades of your dark hairs.

I am, because you’re.

You’re the life rejoicing in me.




I smiled today;

When I saw her laughing.

This sadness in my soul started to fade;

When I saw her walking,

Walking in my life.

I heard her steps knocking down the wall,

The wall I built around my heart, brick by brick.

Heart once dead started to breathe again,

When I saw her laughing;

I smiled today.

Lamentations of The Paramount

I look at myself and wonder,

How beautifully you’ve destroyed me.

My eyes, once filled with pride and defiance, now

Don’t even have the courage to look someone in the eyes.

With spirit of lion, I once ruled the jungle, now

I can’t even find my way back to the den.


And I look at you, amused, wondering

How proudly you’ve set me on the road to destruction.

Arrogantly chopping my hands and poisoning my breath

You thought that you can survive on me by mutilating me.

For now, you have forgotten me, but time will come,

When others will remember that

I am the mountains they climb to overcome their fears

I am the horizon who challenges their reach

I am the ocean they wet their feet with

I am the real friend they all seek


They’ve been choking me; they’ll realize that

To survive they have to keep me alive

And then my friend, I will be born again

Not rejuvenated but somehow revived.


Cigarettes and Chocolates


Come save me, please

It’s dark here and cold too;

I’m afraid of

What this silence can do.

Chocolates? Oh, I’ll never ask for them again, and

I’ll never cry for cartoons while you’re watching your football game.

I’ll stop crying; I’ll be strong,

I can bring your cigarettes now; I won’t be gone long.

I’ll mop, I’ll do dishes and I won’t play,

Just take me out; I’ll do whatever you say.

I’ll stand quiet when your friends visit us

Trying not to act strange.

Dad, I’m just five years old, and

I swear I can change.

International Statistics on Child Abuse

  • 40 million children subjected to abuse each year. 
  • Suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents worldwide.
  • 30% of severely disabled children in special homes in the Ukraine die before 18 years of age.
  • Approximately 20% of women and 5–10% of men report being sexually abused as children, while 25–50% of all children report being physically abused. 
  • Statistics indicate that 3 million young girls are subjected to genital mutilation every year.

Children cannot stop CHILD ABUSE… but Adults can..



I loved him, but

I had to kill him, because

I couldn’t stand his logics, which

Ended up in heated arguments,

Forcing me to hear my heart.

I thought this would make me happier, but

That wasn’t the case, because

When I stabbed him; in the heart,

To stop those voices in my head,

It was me who bled to death.



Time imposed the limitations

And our fate didn’t allow

More we tried to come closer

More our world’s fall out

I am not proud of the situations we’re in today

Yet, I intend to keep those promises we made

For all I know that being with you was beautiful

Magical it was but it’s over now, I afraid.