Posts Tagged: poverty

Humans Outside New York XXVII

A couple of young glue sniffers on the streets of Phnom Penh.

Never forget, eight men have the same wealth as the fifty poorest percent on the planet.


The Walls Are Screaming VIII

Raise your glass to the hard working people
Let’s drink to the uncounted heads
Let’s think of the wavering millions
Who need leading but get gamblers instead
Spare a thought for the stay-at-home voter
Empty eyes gaze at strange beauty shows
And a parade of the gray suited grafters
A choice of cancer or polio

INDIA // JULY 2016

Humans Outside New York VII

Stairway from heaven.

Two street vendors, barely protected from wind, sun and rain, but not from the fumes of traffic and the hazards of city life.


Humans Outside New York V

Public bench, private pain.

Bangkok, where one is never alone, can be the loneliest place in the world.

THAILAND //  2016