Funny how things change Author: Peter Krupa Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/14/2005 Category: Interview Like all of us, Ruxandra Tanase has a few vivid memories from her childhood snapshots she calls them, and for her they are images of life in Romania before the fall of
The author wrote this poem on her return from Nyamata, Rwanda where 2,500 people had been slaughtered in 1994 to her home in Zimbabwe(June 2000).
Pictured above is the church where the genocide was perpetrated.
On October 8, 2005, a massive earthquake hit Pakistan and left around 90,000 people dead and the same amount homeless and injured. The aftermath of this tragedy was catastrophic but it came as a blessing in disguise as Pakistanis from all over the world, regardless of their age, ethnic, political,
Poems for Peace Author: Olumide Olaniyan Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/10/2005 Category: Diaries RAPED BY THE INCUBUS In the hot sun By the side of the road The incubus over-powered us Tore off our flesh Leaked our blood with snake-like tongue Like dying stones, we