I'm a fan of poetry. I'm in love with words that are created through imagination.
Smile or a Frown
There is a smile of love, That soars above the clouds like a dove, And there is a smile of deceit, That's menacing and a cheat,
Joy of Friendship
Oh what a joy it is To have a friend who could sit Beside me and give me strength His heart goes miles for me in length.
A Schoolboy's Day
I get dressed half-past six, Holding a cereal bowl, then I mix. I get dressed and mix my tea, Making sure I don't forget my key,
Lighten your Hair with Natural Substances
Try a few of these options and continue them for quite a time to lighten your hair or get highlights without wasting money on artificial ways that in the long run could damaga your hair. These natural substance will not only help you get highlights, but will also help keep your hair stay healthy and thrive.
Dwelling in the Wild
I love to dwell in the forest wild, When the weather is breezy and mild, Where giant pine trees pierce the sky, So wide and blue that's building a desire to fly,
There's someone I like, He goes to school on his motorbike. In class, he sits to my right. I sneak glances at him to keep him in my sight.
I love You
You may say you have a bunch of flaws, Like a monster with thousands of claws, And others may search you for defects, You say that doesn't have any effects,
What do you know about Brazil?
Although a few minor alterations occurred, racial discrimination has always been present in Brazil. Citizens were always categorized into levels in society being viewed with extreme prejudice according to their status. Ever since colonization, Brazilians were divided into hierarchies that strictly shackled people to their positions. The whites were often blessed with fortunes and high status; they were often elites, their flourishing business and trades giving them wealth and elevated power in society. As colonists, when they had first invaded Brazil, they conquered it by stripping Indigenous people off their culture and using them as slaves. With Africa, their next target, they imported their conquered African slaves to Brazil to extract the tropical goods with little to no payment in exchange for their exhausting labours. Women of the rich and poor were also racialized, favouring the whites to a higher and noble status than the poor. After abolition, substandard Africans and people of colour were forced to survive in shabby areas of the city, poverty-stricken and their lives dominated by the upper classes that lived in the luxuries part of the country. Today, the governing classes still seem ignorant and show racism towards the races of colour. Racial discrimination had always revolved in Brazil, it occurred during African and Indigenous slavery, between women, and even through upper and lower classes segregation in cities.