My Camera Bleeds More Than Me, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr. My lens was covered with sweat blood and tears I fainted twice, my blood sugar was playing havoc with my spiritual consciousness so I removed my shirt gave my camera to a kid from Bangalore and began slashing my back leaping in the air like a wild demonic mad man.. I was very tired but I kept shooting whatever came in front of my lens ..my focusing was affected badly did not bother me the confusion chaos of my blurry images tells you the intensity of Shia pain.. and some words from my Danish friends Viola and Kim.. Viola was sad she could not enter inside Kaisar Bagh to shoot the cutting and the scourging only Glenn and Kim coul.
Subject: Re: Thoughts at dusk Date: 2nd December, 2011
Firoze, my friend - it is Viola and I who are deeply honored to bear witness to such a holy happening as the Muharram. The world near to hear your story, understand your pain.
Yesterday was without a doubt one of the most intens…
racial profiling is what it was all about mortgaged my soul for a few coins of silver my lifes poetry a total rout bag baggage i moved out it is better to live like a lion for a day than be slaved like a dog at his masters gate through out freedom cannot be bought without 'an inking of a doubt
There is an incident I wanted to narrate that took place in the school hall, it was a play I was one of the contenders actors along with others it was a play called Nefa Ki Ek Shaam, I was playing a Kashmiri freedom fighter and the judges were beneath the dais , I was supposed to be shot , and the curtain would come down I was ambitious and an established actor drama founder of my alma mater with Sister Claire ..
I won prizes but this was to be my last performance so the moment I got shot I let our a deathly shriek, and as the curtain came down I held to it and fell of the stairs of the Holy Name stage.
Our School that is called Michelle Obama Holy Name High School.. the recent visit of President Barrack Obama and the dancing First Lady of Peace Hope Humanity.,
.On 12/25/11, Anil V. Shejale wrote: > Dear Holy Namer, the good occasion is upon us! > > I, and all of us here at Holy Name, wish you a Very Merry Christmas. May > this auspicious, holy day be the beginning of more joy, richer fulfillment > and good health in your life. > > The New Year will certainly bring pleasant surprises. Wish you many, many > of those! And here's one ensured: A get-together has been arrang…