Saturday, October 20, 2007

Shivaji Park Durga Pandal


Shivaji Park Durga Pandal
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

This afternoon I went to shoot the Bengal Club , Shivaji Park Durga Pandal.The most awesome beautifully decorated Durga Pandal among the few I have shot, and great security arrangement, outside the pandal were stalls selling Bengali sweets, fabrics books, and the works.

rest of the pictures at my flickr photostream

Poemhunter Forum Toddlers Playground


Poemhunter Forum Toddlers Playground
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

Mentally deranged
Mentally unsound poets
Posing as street fighters
Ruffians hooligans
Pederast on the
Poem hunter forum
A poetry site found
Unwinding talks
Of Somalian tribes
Mogadishu home bound
Solemnly spoken very profound
Its quotes from this forum
That Ian would hound
Drunken Slob
A retired quiet poet from a
Wycombe a ghost town
Colored poets
He loves to run down
Racism in Poetry
One has to crack down
in this breeding ground
The Kolb Kane Hogg Sherrie
Wars minefields blowing around
Oh Angie stop crying
Please calm down
Hazell and the Professor
Degrees of mistrust abound
Poetics & Poetry Discussion
Nothing but shit which
The bystanders they pound
awsome wells dickenson
aussie asshole going
round and round
At Tweed Head his twin brother
Allen James Saywell
A racist whose fish eaten
Body from the River Tweed
Was fished out..Decomposed
rotting on the Mound
Gangu bai the Gonorrheal Whore
From Mumbai the next of Kin
At the Mumbai Cages
With black and white Saywell
Junior is safe and sound
“You must stick by your friends both new and old”
Funereal words on the rebound
Blow hot blow cold
Poem hunter forum
Little toddlers’ playground

In Requiem


In Requiem
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

From: Ian Bowen (High Wycombe United Kingdom; Male; 63)

To: Firoze Shakir

Date Time: 10/15/2007 10:15:00 AM (GMT -6:00)


Subject: Concerned

Dear Firoze, you would not have heard of me. I am a quiet man, who simply enjoys poetry and reading interesting forum quotes. I believe you to be a trouble maker, and have a mandate to ruin this site for others.
Having taken the time to read your work...I find your use of the English language is way below the standard needed to write 'good poetry'
Hope you will continue to write in your own language (of which I am sure your are more than capable) .

Best regards,
Ian


It was a sleepless night
Arthritis gout hypertension
The body shed tears as the soul
Fled leaving the garbage
Of a poetry heap
Ian died
Quietly in his sleep
His hate neck deep
Death the common denominator
Took him in his sweep
At Poem Hunter Forum a 3
Day mourning period
They intend to keep
This English Poet Laureate
Who was allergic
to Ba Ba Black Sheep
Oh he loved Forum quotes
They shed a tear as they weep
That little lady friend of his
Fire and brimstone
Little Bo Peep
I wish I could write this
In my own Language
An Obituary
To Ian who meant well
Seeing English poetry
Buggered and sodomized
By an Indian creep
Ah the road to Fame and Misfortune
Indeed very steep
As you sow so shall you reap

Hijdas -Sodomy Laws


Hijdas -Sodomy Laws
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

article courtesy

www.sodomylaws.org/world/india/india.htm

India
Statute: Chap. XVI, Sec. 377
Penalty: 10 years/fine
Restrictions: None

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Statute
"Unnatural offences 377. Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal, shall be punished with imprisonment for life, or with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to ten years, and shall also be liable to fine.

Explanation: Penetration is sufficient to constitute the carnal intercourse necessary to the offence described in this section."

Comment: This section is intended to punish the offence of sodomy, buggery and bestiality. The offence consists in a carnal knowledge committed against the order of nature by a person with a man, or in the same unnatural manner with a woman, or by a man or woman in any manner with an animal.

Cases and Sentence: In a recent case where a highly educated person committed this offence, the Supreme Court having regard to his loss of service and other consequences to his career following the offence let him off with a sentence of two months' imprisonment. In yet another case the Supreme Court reduced the sentence of the accused to six months' imprisonment as the accused while committing sodomy did not use force on the boy. In a case of Himachal Pradesh where a truck driver twice committed sodomy on a boy in his truck, a sentence of one year's imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 500.00 were imposed on the accused.
It thus appears that unlike rape the actual sentence imposed under this section is not usually heavy."
("Situation of Homosexuals in India - report for the Swedish Embassy by a Delhi law firm - Swedish Foreign Office/RFSL survey)

This Section is held to prohibit oral intercourse as well. (PB)

Section 294 of the Penal Code, which penalizes any kind of "obscene behaviour in public", is also used against gay men. (Spartacus)

In 1995 the organization AIDS Bedbhav Virodhi Andolan has filed a petition with the Delhi High Court challenging the constitutionality of Penal Code Section 377. A final hearing is expected during 1998. (CSSSM 20/1/98)

"Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code criminalises male to male sex with up to 10 years imprisonment. One of the consequences of this is to make it very difficult for males who have sex with males to access sexual health services because their behaviour is against the law and through this accessing makes them visible. It further makes the availability of sexual health services for prisoners difficult.
The second issue, and related to the first, is the high level of reported harassment and violence directed towards males who have sex with males both by police and members of the general public. Very often there will be a demand for sex and/or money. Reporting of these incidents is obviated by Section 377, and further compounded by the unsympathetic and sometimes violent attitudes of the police." (Sexual health workshops in Bangladesh and India for males who have sex with males)


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Gay and transgender people marched in Calcutta this June to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York, widely considered the beginning of the gay rights movement. (Bikas Das/ Associated Press)

News
Prince Is Out But Not Down - Los Angeles Times, January 2, 2007
In India, where being gay is a crime, a royal son was shunned when he told his secret. Now he fights to change the law and public mind-set.
Almost 40% Of Indian Men Have Had Gay Sex - by The Associated Press in 365Gay.com, November 6, 2006
"Hateful" Anti-Gay Law Must Go: Indian Govt Agency - Reuters.com, September 27, 2006
A British colonial era law in India that criminalizes homosexuality is "not acceptable" and scrapping it is "fundamental" to the fight against AIDS, the country's top official leading efforts to end the disease said.
Anti-Gay Laws in India Causing Split Among Young People; Indian Elite Join Pro-Gay Fight - 247Gay.com, September 26, 2007
A campaign to repeal an Indian law that makes homosexuality a crime has split young people in New Delhi and Mumbai, with about half of them in favor of scrapping the legislation, according to a survey published Monday.
India's Young People Inclined to Scrap Gay Ban - Associated Press in Gay.com, September 25, 2006
Elite in India Campaigning Against Antigay Legislation - Boston Globe, September 24, 2006
Amid a climate of growing sexual tolerance in urban India, a campaign to force the government to decriminalize homosexuality is gaining momentum.
MPs Will Now Be Educated on Gay Rights - Daily News and Analysis India, September 19, 2006
The gay movement that has recently gained momentum with the ‘open letter’ drafted by author Vikram Seth and signed by the likes of Soli Sorabji and Amartya Sen, is now aiming at garnering support from Members of Parliament and educating them on the subject of homosexuality.
India's Gay Prince Has a Happy Birthday - The Advocate, September 18, 2006
India's Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil celebrated his birthday Sunday in his customary fashion -- by holding a music and arts festival in his family's Rajpipla palace -- having largely patched up months of family strife sparked when he came out in the media as gay, the Times of India reported.
India's Lliterary Elite Call for Anti-Gay Law to be Scrapped - The Guardian, September 18, 2006
Academics join 100-plus signatories to open letter. Nobel and Booker winners condemn 'colonial' bigotry.
India Notables Condemn Sodomy Law - 365Gay.com, September 17, 2006
‘Dump Anti-Gay Law’ - Reuters in Daily News and Analysis India, September 16, 2006
Notables Urge India to End 145-Year Ban on Gay Sex - New York Times, September 16, 2006
India's Anti-Gay Law Faces Challenge - International Herald Tribune, September 15, 2006
Amid a climate of growing sexual tolerance within urban India, a campaign to force the government to decriminalize homosexuality is rapidly gaining momentum.
Indian Director Wants New Film to Raise Debate About Homosexuality - The Advocate, September 12, 2006
Well-known Indian actor-turned-director Amol Palekar says his new film Quest focuses on a taboo topic in India: homosexuality. Palekar's film opens with a wife learning her husband is in a gay relationship, he told the Mumbai Mirror newspaper in an interview published Monday.
Gay Indian Prince to Become a Dad - 365Gay.com, August 29, 2006
Indian Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, believed to be the only openly gay royal in the world, has announced he is adopting a child.
Indian Prince Speaks Out About Decision to Disinherit Gay Son - 365Gay.com, August 6, 2006
For the first time the head of one of India's princely families is speaking out publicly about his decision to disown his only son and heir after he came out.
India May Decriminalise Gay Sex - Gay.com UK, August 3, 2006
The Indian High Court in Delhi is considering a plea from the country’s main HIV prevention organisation to scrap laws criminalising sex between men, after a survey found that eight per cent of Indian men who have had sex with men had HIV – eight times the national average.
Indian AIDS Group Wants Homosexuality Decriminalized - The Advocate, July 22, 2006
India’s official HIV/AIDS control body announced on Wednesday that it is backing demands by gay rights groups that homosexuality be legalized across the country. The National AIDS Control Organization said that making gay sex a crime is forcing new infections underground and hampering its efforts to curb the spread of HIV.
India Rethinks Gay Sex - Gay.com UK, July 21, 2006
The gay rights movement in India may be given a boost if the National AIDS Control Organisation continues to successfully lobby the government.
India HIV Group Backs Gay Rethink - BBC News, July 20, 2006
Campaigners want the law to be overturned The Indian government's HIV/Aids control body has backed calls for homosexuality to be legalised.
Government Agency Calls for End to India's Sodomy Law - 365Gay.com, July 20, 2006
India's National Aids Control Organization says it would be more effective in fighting HIV/AIDS if the government abolished the law against sodomy.
Gay Prince Loses Inheritance - News AU.com, July 7, 2006
Bi Today, Gay Tomorrow? The Times of India Wonders - Pink News, July 6, 2006
The Times of India has published an extraordinary story today, about the benefits of bisexuality.
Gay Prince Comes Out of Closet; Dispossessed - ShortNews.com, June 30, 2006
The heir to a wealthy royal family in India, Prince Manvendrasinh Gohil has been disowned by his family for telling them he's gay. He told his parents in 2002 after suffering from a nervous breakdown, and his decision to go public was the last straw.
Family Disowns Son for Being Gay - Independent Online, June 25, 2006
The son of a former royal family in India said Sunday he has been disinherited for admitting he is gay.
Prince Manvendrasinh Gohil belongs to a family which once ruled the princely state of Rajpipla in the western state of Gujarat.
We’re Gay, Can We Migrate? - Daily News and Analysis India, June 5, 2006
Court Issues Notice to NACO, Delhi Government on Gay Issue - Indo Asian News Service, April 5, 2006
Court Order on Gay Relationship Now a Precedent - Times of India, March 30, 2006
Chennai Gets First Gay-Club of India - newKerala.com, March 19, 2006
Police Hold Lesbians Who "Eloped" - PlanetOut, March 10, 2006
Cops Track Down Lesbian Couple - Times of India, March 8, 2006
Indian Court Orders Reconsideration of Gay Sex Ban - IN Newsweekly, February 15, 2006
Indian Gay Ban May be Reversed - PinkNews, February 14, 2006
A Ray of Hope for Gay Rights Activists - DNA India, February 6, 2006
Gay Community Hails Supreme Court Decision - Times of India, February 4, 2006
India May Repeal Anti-Gay Sex Laws - 365Gay.com, February 3, 2006
Cops Expose 'Gay Abandon' - Times of India, February 1, 2006
Attitudes, and the Law, Keep India's Gays Quiet - International Herald Tribune, January 19, 2006
Tension Boils Over Online Gay Club in UP - Newindpress, January 13, 2006
Activists Demand Release of Gay Men Detained by Indian Police - The Advocate, January 13, 2006
Protests Mount in India Over Arrest of Gay Men - Reuters UK, January 12, 2006
UN Condemns India's Treatment of Gays - 365Gay.com, January 12, 2006
Homosexuality, a Crime as Heinous as Murder - Newindpress, January 11, 2006
Anger at 'Shameful' India Gay Law - BBC News, January 11, 2006
India's homosexuality laws threaten human rights and encourage the spread of HIV, a rights watchdog says.
Arrest of Gay Men in North India Stirs Anger - Reuters, January 11, 2006
UK Gays Angry with UP Police - HindustanTimes.com, January 11, 2006
Gay Club Running on Net Unearthed - Times of India, January 5, 2006
India Enlists Barbers In Fight Against HIV/AIDS - 365Gay.com, December 27, 2005
Indian Lesbian Couple Weds - 365Gay.com, July 30, 2005
SC Notice on Homosexuals - The Telegraph, April 2, 2005
Why is Gay Sex Illegal, Asks SC - Times of India, April 2, 2005
Notice to Centre on Plea to Legalise Homosexuality - The Hindu, April 1, 2005
India Lesbians Wed - 365Gay.com, February 27, 2005
Gay Man in India Beheaded - Gay City News, February 3, 2005
India Rejects Challenge to Anti-Gay Law - Gay.com UK, January 5, 2005
Lesbians Defy Indian Law - Gay.com UK, December 20, 2004
Charges Dismissed Against Indian Lesbian Couple - 365Gay.com, December 15, 2004
Indian Culture Keeps Many in the Closet - November 29, 2004
India Upholds Jail Sentences for Gays - November 3, 2004
Homosexuality is Punishable: HC - November 3, 2004
Gay in India, Activists Brace for a Long Battle - October 18, 2004
No Place to Be Gay - October 17, 2004
India Rejects Challenge to Anti-Gay Law - September 6, 2004
Indian Activists to Challenge Anti-Gay Ruling - September 5, 2004
Indian High Court Dismisses Sodomy Law Challenge - September 4, 2004
India’s Supreme Court Refuses to Overturn Sodomy Laws - September 3, 2004
High Court Rejects Plea to Make Homosexuality Legal - September 3, 2004
India’s Highest Court Says no Grounds for Legalizing Homosexual Acts - September 2, 2004
India Court Rejects Gay Petition - September 2, 2004
Gays in India and an Antiquated Law - August 26, 2004
Sri Lanka’s Gays Join South Asian Fight for Rights - July 9, 2004
With Homosexuality Illegal, Gays Suffer AIDS Silently - July 5, 2004
AIDS Denial Leading to Crisis in India - July 4, 2004
Pro-Gay Movement Gathers Steam in India - July 2, 2004
Activists Demand Gay Rights, Law Repeal - July 1, 2004
Indian Cinemas Pull Lesbian Film - June 17, 2004
Now, Gay Activists Frown on ‘Girlfriend’ - June 16, 2004
Lesbian-Themed Film in India Stirs Anger - June 15, 2004
Anti-Gay Extremists Torch Theater Playing Lesbian Film - June 14, 2004
Hindu Mobs Attack Indian Cinemas Over Lesbian Film - June 14, 2004
The Shadow Citizens - May, 2004
India’s Gay Community to Fight Fast Spread of AIDS - January 13, 2004
Film Fest With a Difference - January 4, 2004
Indian Society: Out of the Closet and on a New High - December 27, 2003
City Homosexuals to March for Their Rights - December 1, 2003
Gay Rights NGOs Unite Against Archaic Laws - October 26, 2003
India Film Festival Examines Homophobia - October 19, 2003
India’s First Gay Film Festival Highlights Growing LGBT Visibility - October 19, 2003
Sexual Minorities Put Up United Front - October 18, 2003
Mumbai Gays Against Centre’s Stance - September 15, 2003
Gays Pressure India Over Anti-Gay Law - September 15, 2003
‘Homosexuality Okay if Practised in Private’ - September 14, 2003
No ‘Unnatural’ Sex Please, We Are Indians! - September 11, 2003
India’s Gays See Small Improvement in Cultural Outlets - September 10, 2003
India Court Petitioned on Sodomy Law - September 10, 2003
Life Sentences Necessary “To Control Homosexuality” India Says - September 9, 2003
Centre Says Being Gay Will Remain a Crime, Its Reason: Our Society Doesn’t Tolerate It - September 8, 2003
Coming Out - July 27, 2003
India’s Sexual Minorities - July 27, 2003
Kolkata Activists Highlight Gay Issues - July 23, 2003
‘Kids at Risk if Homosexuality Is Legalised’ - February 2, 2003
Indians Challenge Anti-Gay Laws - January 21, 2003
India Ordered to Clarify Antigay Laws - January 17, 2003
Court Challenges India's Anti-Gay Law - January 16, 2003
India Court: Govt Must Clarify Stand On Gay Relations - January 16, 2003
Gay Wedding Puts Spotlight on Indian Laws - January 7, 2003
Closet Drama - October 3, 2002
Court Challenges India on Gay Sex Laws - August 27, 2002
India Considers Abolishing Sodomy Laws - June 27, 2002
India Examines Abolishing Anti-Gay Laws - June 25, 2002
Minority Gays Create a Voice for Unserved Community - June 2, 2002
Govt Seeks Time to Reply on PIL Making Gay Relation Legal PTI - April 23, 2002
UN Human Rights Commission Opens Doors to Sexual Minorities Government of India Condemned - April 11, 2002
Abuses Against Sexual Minorities in India Denounced at the UN - April 8, 2002
Two Gay Judges Urge Liberalisation of Gay Sex Laws in India - January 9, 2002
Indian Government Sued Over Gay Sex Ban - December 17, 2001
Gay Rights Group Challenges India’s Sodomy Law - December 10, 2001
Indian Gay Suit Seeks to Decriminalize Gay Sex - December 8, 2001
Eight Detained in Raid of Gay Clubs in India - July 11, 2001
Gays Evoke Violent Reactions in US - October 15, 2000

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Editorials
Time to Break Shackles - By Saleem Kidwai in Outlook India, April 16, 2005
Grow Up - Letter to the editor in The Telegraph, April 11, 2005
What Is Nature? - The Telegraph, April 4, 2005
Society’s Not in a Gay Mood - By Dominic Emmanuel, spokesman of the Delhi Catholic Archdiocese, in the Express India, September 30, 2004

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Alert
Sodomy, Obscenity Charges Formally Filed in Trial of ‘Lucknow Four’: Call for Letters of Protest Renewed - December 18, 2001
‘Lucknow Four’ Freed! - August 17, 2001
India: Demand the Immediate Release of HIV/AIDS Prevention Workers Detained Under Sodomy and Obscenity Laws - July 25, 2001


www.sodomylaws.org/world/india/india.htm

Hijda Hopes Sodomized Section 377 Indian Penal Law


Hijda Hopes Sodomized Section 377 Indian Penal Law
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chapter XVI, Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code a piece of legislation in India used to criminalise homosexual activity introduced during British rule of India. The Section 377 was drafted in 1860 by Lord Macaulay as a part of the colonial project of regulating and controlling the Indian subject which reads:
Unnatural sexual offenses: Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal shall be punished with imprisonment which may extend to ten years, and shall also be liable to fine.
Explanation: Penetration is sufficient to constitute the carnal intercourse necessary to the offense described in this section[1].

The Indian Penal Code was later reproduced in most other British colonies – and to date many of these laws are still in places as far apart as Singapore, Sri Lanka, Nigeria and Zimbabwe.

Because de section bans "carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal" threating them as a crime, it has been criticized by groups supporting gay rights.

In 2006 it came under criticism from 100 Indian literary figures,[2] most prominently Vikram Seth. The movement to repeal Section 377 has been led by the Naz Foundation India Trust, an activist group. It is currently under a constitutional challenge at the Delhi High Court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_377_of_the_Indian_Penal_Code

ancestral english homosexual law
that deprives them of their
transgendered right
a law a blasphemy
a travesty of justice
by a lady who holds
the scales of justice
law and order
blindfolded no sight
in a modern Indian world
you are proved guilty
before you can prove your
innocence ...a system that sucks
darkness no light
they lock you up
throw away the keys of your dungeon
wake up this is democracy
alright
as an undertrial
kiss ass no
self respect no human pride
they will release you
after 50 years
your comely hijda days turned to night
servicing the prisoners the guards
to spite
here the color of pain
is blood red
niether monochromatic
black turning grey to white
only saving grace
unlike Saudi Arabia
7000 lashes for being gay
wont be your plight.



poetry is not just about rhyme verse ,grammar it is about healing wounds.. that bleed on the face of society

The Hijdas Tomb..


The Hijdas Tomb..
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

The Hijda in full bloom
a life choked on the river bent in gloom
she lives within the shadows
in a dilapidated room
soundless screams
of impending doom
struggling to break free
of the umbilical cord
born man a caricature of a
incomplete woman
mocked as a transgendered cartoon
her pain spasmodic stops
for a short while
with a greater impetus resumes
a eunuch a lost soul
a living corpse searching
for a permanent home
on the Mound of a Tomb.
away from the poisoned
waters of amniotic fluid
hate her fate engendered
in a faceless Mothers Womb..

White Mans Bluff


White Mans Bluff
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

photo courtesy stock photo.com

“Each of us strives to develop a style; I spent nearly all of my 20's doing so...by working with another woman poet. Then one day something clicked into place, I found my voice...and now I am in my style no matter what! Obviously, I am more of a lyric poet and, for instance, could not do RAP if my life depended on it [although in private life I am a blues and soul singer]...but I do not worry.

I believe the content of what I write will speak to the heart. I celebrate differences, except I don't think we should trash each other's styles. The only thing I worry about is that at my age, I have become somewhat intolerant of the age 15... suicide-I-cut-myself-stuff. I don't consider that poetry, I consider that a case study.

Firoze, I would urge you not to focus on racist things you see, but focus on the poems themselves. Like me, you are not one of the '15-year-olds', thus have wonderful life experience to share. I do not believe the world is anywhere near too full of life experience, especially from those of us who are now approaching becoming an elder of our communities. In the future, I hope that when I die, someone with write on my tombstone, that not only was I a poet, but also I was a wise woman.

Best wishes...I will be reading more of your poems over the next month.

my name means 'strong', what does yours mean? ””


Thank you strong woman
for your advice
my struggling soul
will one day rise
remold itself resize
here at poem hunter
what hurts me are
the old doddering dregs
pretending to be silent mice
wily prostate afflicted poets who are
nothing but racists in disguise
the bowens, the arsewells, hogging
limelight should not take you
by surprise to support them they have
their sycophants ass licking spies
foolish pedantic pompous arrogant not wise
each one rating the others poems
to be at the top of the summit
a few friendly comments to entice
the old washed out badgers want you
to write like them Jesus H Christ
they will maul you malign you
sensationalize your faults
poetic calisthenics in every device
its a fact undeniable that
colored poets they certainly do despise
perhaps its a wishful thinking
poem hunter peace may prevail
after their demise
dysfunctional tools
cringing singed out manhood
between withered thighs
racism in poetry
is truth blindfolded
unseen by white mans eyes
his preposterous perforated
white lies

The title is for the bowens in their covens...

firoze shakir photographerno1

Bleeding Wounds of the Hijda


Bleeding Wounds of the Hijda
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

at every junction of her life
back stabbed betrayed
travesty of genetic misfortune
the hijda a meaningless masquerade
to be a woman she prayed
but the soul of man
dues unpaid
tears cascade
her soul at the tip
of a knife blade
her body man made
feminine hopes decayed
transgendered tragedy
duly conveyed
sold as a child
in a hijda slave trade
castrated a pain
of her comeliness
he -she could not evade
her flesh fresh honey
they all came took
turns to raid
now when she looks up to heaven
beneath the jagged jigsaw blade
and the light
gone out of the lampshade
just darkness no relief
hope delayed

The Hijda /To be or not to be Ian Bowen


The Hijda /To be or not to be Ian Bowen
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1

Sometimes I wonder while shooting a Hijda picture , what is going on inside her transgendered head.Does she think I am crazy, mad, why am I shooting her picture.?
But there are times I know she is aware of the nature of her sexuality, a heady concoction , that is musky in nature , pervading the atmosphere around her or those who come in contact with her.
She was humble , kind prepossesingly human to her genetically flawed personality.
Perhaps she thought me an akin soul, I could shoot her forever, but I know when to stop, and this was 3 frames, it took me to capture her , the words caught up with me later , words that are not forced out of me ,like from a punctured tyre of a cycle..
The Hijda picture I add is a gift to me from a Eunuch God.. neither Male nor Female just genderless Hope of Man and Mankind.
I am bound to the cords of my Karma, my overbursting Kundalini, I was very upset today , for far too many reasons catch one as an excuse.
The house net wires are being restored as wife hates me leaving the house at midnight running towards my shop to post a poem at Poemhunter , this was the poem Concerned Up Yours..for Mr Ian Bowen English God of White Poetry at Poemhunter this conceited hate filled monstrosity who wants me to write in my language , 63 years old , I think sheer waste of Life.
When you are at Lifes end you become humble as time has come for you to make an exit..to face the Maker .And I pray that when Ian Bowen reaches the Gates of Hades and meets his Maker ..his Makers face should be pitch black.That would be the best gift for Mr Ian Bowen.. this quiet retired English Man..
England was destroyed not by anyone but by the Englishman himself , its a genetic flaw that is irreparable ...

England was born ou of racist Hate , the Mother Country that colonized Human Souls under the pretext of better governance and a better upper lip , top hat tail coat White God with a cigar and a Churchillian smirk..Thank you Mr Yousef Karsh.. you showed us through your picture that the English God farts like the rest of black humanity too..

I Shut my Facebook Account ,, Targeted Shia Harassment

27 May 2018 As a Shia I am targeted even  by  Sufis Sufism that  I promoted vigorously as a Malang .. I have renounced my Malang...