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DSTV (Don't Sit There Voiceless) by Kacey Moore

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Published on Apr 1, 2013

PAWA- Poems Against Women Abuse (PAWA Project)
Kacey Moore takes one of the basic human rights, "freedom of speech" and elaborates on the extent to which one can/should use it in his brilliant piece of work titled DSTV (Don't Sit There Voiceless). He admonishes people to exercise their right of freedom of speech to speak out on rape, homosexuality, prostitution, murder, the government, the justice system, child abuse, bad parenting, religion, education and many others. He speaks not in plain terms but in parables and metaphors, using present day instances and happenings to address all the numerous ongoing social vices in the world today. He stressed that people should not take his words literally but really think deeper for more revealing understanding. He also said that, the situations described in the poem are not targeted at any particular persons or organizations but merely for the poem's sake.
This is just one of several other poems written by the poet/songwriter on the subject of Women and Child Abuse and life. Other titles include:

1- Why Dad?: A poem that speaks directly about incest and rape of children
2- I shot Aunt Suzzy!: A poem that also talks about sexual abuse of little children
3- HIV (He's Into Virgins).: A poem about HIV and rape of babies
4- Life! :A poem about what life really is
5- I am a Graffiti wall!: A poem about why people do what they do
Read complete poems here : www.facebook.com/kaceymooremusic/notes

He is currently scheduled to perform his Poems Against Women Abuse in some selected schools, churches and shopping malls on his tour dubbed "DSTV TOUR". This he says, he is doing to fight rape and abuse against women and children in Africa.
To get tour dates and venues, please follow the PAWA Project on twitter @pawaproject or you can also 'Like' them on www.facebook.com/pawaproject
Please feel free to share your opinion in the comment box or email pawaproject@live.com

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