UNITED NATION's HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

UNITED NATION's HUMAN RIGHTS DAY December 10, 2015

UNITED NATION's HUMAN RIGHTS DAY December 10, 2015

By MAUREEN BRINDLE


Commemorating the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948

“Our rights and freedoms always.”

United Nations Human Rights Day,
So many ideals left to say.
A world where evil strives,
To destroy so many innocent lives.
Orphans abandoned in life’s storm,
Starving unable to keep warm.
Drowned in stormy seas,
Escaping war being free.
Life becomes the scarlet robe,
Fighting survival’s swivelling strobe.
A teardrop for the tortured soul.
Bigotry education’s death toll.
The force of love’s prevailing power,
Will protect the world in its pivotal hour
Historic white veils replace the black
Love and freedom fighting back.
Law the framework of living,
Stability building community, giving.
Respecting the individual’s religious rights,
Respecting cultures’ integral rights.
The greatest right of all,
Is the right to life, to walk tall?
May the whole world see,
WE CARE FOR HUMANITY.

About Maureen Brindle 

"has been a consistent supporter of We Care for Humanity contributing to the Literary Arts Empowerment of the organization. I believe, Maureen's efforts and contribution should be showcased to the world and that is why we are honoring her at the 3rd Global Officials of Dignity Awards", proudly explained by H.H. Princess Maria Amor, founder of WCH and Chairman of the G.O.D. Awards.

 Maureen Brindle is from the U.K. She first read her poem Winston Churchill to an audience that included WW2 heroine humanitarian Baroness Sue Ryder as guest of honour. Her poems were included in St. Clement Danes London R.A.F biannual.

 2012. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth wrote via her Lady in Waiting, from Balmoral Castle; “Maureen Brindle's splendid poems have brought her much pleasure.”

Maureen loves all writing poetry & prose also broadcasting. She is a member of The Poetry Society London.

 She loves to help humanitarian causes and has been involved in many events and publications with her poetry, for different charities.

 Appointed Official Poet of We Care for Humanity and the 2nd Global Official of Dignity Awards at the United Nations in New York 2014, Maureen Brindle was honoured to receive a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from the United States of America Congress 2014. H. H. Princess Maria Amor’s Charity We Care for Humanity is close to her heart.

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